sharing in governance of extractive industries
A Regional Approach to the Kimberly Process (KP) Implementation Meeting was held on the 3rd and 4th March 2015 at the IVOTEL, (Plateau), Abidjan, Cote d’ Ivoire.
The Regional Approach aims to improve law enforcement, strengthen internal controls through better secure production from mine to export by securing government revenues and also to ensure greater beneficiation of diamond mining communities. The importance of the Regional Approach was recognized by the Security Council in…Continue
The African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) Ghana, in collaboration with Advocacy Movement Network (AMNeT), National Advocacy Coalition on Extractives (NACE) and Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD) organized a regional conference on 20th March 2014 at the Bintumani Hotel, Aberdeen, Freetown. The theme for the conference was “Sustainable Resource Series: Conflict Minerals”.
The conference was attended by approximately 40 participants: 20 participants from the…Continue
23rd October 2013
We, the representatives of Civil Society Organizations in Sierra Leone in conjunction with national/ international experts, local authorities, trade unions, community groups (women, affected land/property owners and youths) and journalists meeting at Miatta Conference Centre in Freetown from the 21- 23 October 2013 under the umbrella of Natural Resource Governance and Economic Justice Network (NaRGEJ), deliberated on the theme…Continue
The Natural Resource Governance and Economic Justice Network (NaRGEJ) in partnership with Ibis, GIZ, Christian Aid, UNDP and FAO organized a three day national conference from the 21st – 23rd October 2013 at the Miatta Conference Centre, Youyi Building, Brookfields, Freetown. The categories of people that participated in the conference were, mining communities, civil society, media, academia, professional bodies, youth movements, women’s Movement, experts in forests, land, water and solid…Continue