sharing in governance of extractive industries
The Natural Resource Governance Institute is seeking a researcher to produce a survey and analysis of existing tools and frameworks to measure social and environmental impacts, their applicability or use in the extractive sector, their applicability or use in NRGI’s priority countries and their strengths and weaknesses, building on internal NRGI research.
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The current draft of Ghana's Exploration and Production Bill has been tabled in parliament and referred to the Parliamentary Select Committee on Mines and Energy for consideration. The committee reached out to the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), among other key stakeholders, to provide comments on the bill as part of a wider public consultation. NRGI presented its comments to the committee at a stakeholder meeting on 6 July 2015.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is in the midst of finalizing the fourth pillar of its new Fiscal Transparency Code (FTC) and public consultation on the draft has just drawn to a close. The pillar focuses entirely on resource revenue transparency for resource-rich countries, in recognition of the importance of the role that transparency plays in effectively harnessing these resources for development.
With the new FTC the IMF has shifted focus to…Continue