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Michael Odei Erdiaw-Kwasie
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Michael Odei Erdiaw-Kwasie commented on Michael Odei Erdiaw-Kwasie's blog post 'Revisiting Corruption Risks in Mining Award Process: A MACRA Tool Approach'
"Hello Nicolas,thanks for your questions. My response for each question is below: 1. The MACRA tool is certainly applicable in this scenario provided the ASM operator has begun the process of formalising its operation - E.g. Lets say an ASM operator…"
Mar 21
Nicolas Eslava commented on Michael Odei Erdiaw-Kwasie's blog post 'Revisiting Corruption Risks in Mining Award Process: A MACRA Tool Approach'
"Interesting post Michael. Two questions to follow up: 1. You note that the MACRA tool is to be applied in formal domains. Then what about the obtention of titles for miners that are informal but in the process of formalisation, typically an ASM…"
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Revisiting Corruption Risks in Mining Award Process: A MACRA Tool Approach

Globally, the extractive sector can be a source of livelihood for local people, supports regional development, and helps to boost national economies. However, the sector does have serious institutional and behavioural weaknesses. It is the poorest people, living in the mining areas, who are particularly vulnerable when the mining sector and their governments fail them.  A number of organisations have grown in recent years to tackle corruption at every stage of the mining value chain. Because…See More
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Transparency International Australia
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation, International Organisation
Website
http://www.transparency.org.au
Job Title
Research & Policy Coordinator
About My Work
I am in charge of coordinating the works of Transparency International (TI) Chapters from five countries who are currently using the Mining Awards Corruption Risks Assessment (MACRA) Tool to undertake a corruption risk assessment project, which is part of the Mining for Sustainable Development (M4SD) programme. My primary role is to train the chapters' project staffs (project coordinators and researchers) on how to use the MACRA Tool to undertake the risk assessment. I am in charge of reviewing project deliverables by the five Chapters and providing technical support for the project.
Areas of interest
gold, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, redistribution and sustainable development
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Revisiting Corruption Risks in Mining Award Process: A MACRA Tool Approach

Posted on March 14, 2019 at 4:33 2 Comments

Globally, the extractive sector can be a source of livelihood for local people, supports regional development, and helps to boost national economies. However, the sector does have serious institutional and behavioural weaknesses. It is the poorest people, living in the mining areas, who are particularly vulnerable when the mining sector and their governments fail them.  

A number of organisations have grown in recent years to tackle corruption at every stage of the mining value chain.…

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