sharing in governance of extractive industries
Du 02 au 06 Décembre 2019 s'est tenu un atelier de formation des formateurs sur la réhabilitation des sites miniers et l’utilisation responsable du mercure dans la mine artisanale et sémi-mécanisée à Batouri (Cameroun). La formation a été dédiée au personnel des administrations en charge des mines, de l’environnement. La formation a été conduite par le Dr Ishmael QUAICOE, enseignant à l’University mines and Technology of Tarkwa-Ghana. Cette formation a été oraganisée dans la cadre de la…Continue
Added by Justin Landry Chekoua on December 13, 2019 at 16:00 — No Comments
Authored by Mark Robinson
Much has happened in the year since I joined the EITI Secretariat as Executive Director. We have launched a revised EITI Standard, addressing new areas of transparency such as contracts, state-owned enterprises, commodity trading, gender and environment. We hosted a successful Global Conference and welcomed a new EITI Board and Chair, the Rt. Hon. Helen Clark, a widely respected global leader on sustainable development and international…Continue
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Authored by Lyydia Kilpi
The EITI has launched a consultation to seek views on the future of Validation. This is a key opportunity for stakeholders to influence how progress towards EITI implementation should be assessed. The consultation is open until Tuesday 14 January.
Think of a racing circuit: one goal, many different cars and drivers. Now imagine the circuit as…Continue
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In a study by Ernst and Young, the ‘license to operate’ was identified as the number one business risk for the mining and metal sector (Mitchell, Downham, & Van Dinter, 2018). Changing societal expectations have influenced the way industries, like mining, conduct their operations around the world (Moffat, Lacey, Zhang, & Leipold, 2016). Community relations became a crucial part of their strategic management.
“Ensuring that ‘Social License to Operate’ (SLO) is…Continue
Added by Piet Wostyn on December 11, 2019 at 17:35 — No Comments
This blog is republished with the authorization of NRGI. The original blog post was published here: https://resourcegovernance.org/blog/oecd-corporate-taxation-exclude-extractive-industries
Should the OECD’s Proposal for a “Unified Approach” on Corporate Taxation Exclude Extractive Industries?
Added by Thomas Lassourd on December 6, 2019 at 20:14 — No Comments
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR A CONSULTANT OR CONSULTING FIRM …Continue
Added by Sophia Mutalani Mulundika on December 4, 2019 at 18:00 — No Comments
My book - State Governance of Mining, Development and Sustainability has just been published by Edward Elgar.
States in mineral-rich jurisdictions promote mining as a development industry, and at the same
time attempt to protect people and the environment from the worst excesses of extractivism and
neo-extractivism. Exploring how the State’s role in facilitating a developmental and sustainable
mining industry has been defined, this…
Added by Tracy-Lynn Field on December 4, 2019 at 10:24 — No Comments
Check out the Columbia Center for Sustainable Investment's newest blog piece, a readable intro into due diligence for government negotiators:
Added by Mateusz Kasprowicz on December 3, 2019 at 21:58 — No Comments
En tant qu’entreprise fédérale, la GIZ aide le gouvernement allemand à concrétiser ses objectifs en matière de coopération internationale pour le développement durable.
Nous cherchons pour le site de Nouakchott/Mauritanie, un
Chef (H/F/D) du projet « Développement économique intégré dans le secteur minier en Mauritanie »
Added by Andreas Fiorino on November 29, 2019 at 13:38 — No Comments
Workshop briefing EX4DEV19, 8 November, Surrey Business School, UK
On Friday 8th November a 50-strong group of committed change makers met at Surrey Business School for the fourth edition of Harnessing the Extractive Industries for Development (Ex4Dev). This year’s workshop centred on artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Please download a summary of the workshop…Continue
Added by Titus Sauerwein on November 26, 2019 at 14:54 — No Comments
The gender debate is gaining momentum around the world - but the mining sector has been behind the curve.
Highgrade Media, alongside gender-equality champions The German Development Agency GIZ and The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, are launching a unique interview series on gender equality in mining that is set…Continue
Added by Highgrade on November 18, 2019 at 18:24 — No Comments
The political and socio-economic conditions of the four member states of the Mano River Union (MRU: Côte d´Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone) are shaped largely by mineral and natural resources. In this context, it is promising that all four states have begun reforming their minerals sectors in recent years. Although reforms have already been implemented, some of the key elements required to ensure that the extractives sector contributes to sustainable development are still lacking.…Continue
Added by Kim Rahel Schultze on November 18, 2019 at 15:50 — No Comments
We’re pleased to announce that applications are open for our 8th annual Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development, which will be held at Columbia University from June 1-12, 2020.…
Added by Perrine Toledano on November 14, 2019 at 10:16 — No Comments
originally published by Project Syndicate: https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/africa-youth-low-political-socioeconomic-engagement-by-george-lwanda-2019-11
With almost 60% of its…Continue
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The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) at The University of Queensland has launched a website and online library dedicated to research and resources on the social aspects of mine closure. To our knowledge, this is the only repository of its kind in the world. You can access it here.
We are committed to placing people at the centre of mine closure and this is the first of a series of projects we are undertaking…Continue
Added by Sandy Worden on November 6, 2019 at 2:21 — No Comments
The Oil, Gas and Energy Law (OGEL, ISSN 1875-418X) law journal is preparing a Special Issue on the "Changing LNG Markets and Contracts".
At the time of rapid LNG volume growth, this special issue will look specifically at the most recent phenomena in LNG markets and the key changes to traditional LNG contract structures. We encourage submission of relevant papers, studies, and brief…Continue
Added by OGEL Journal on November 4, 2019 at 14:08 — No Comments
Sometimes we want to bottle up the pressure. Giving up on our citizen agency when faced with several accountability hurdles appears to be an easy route to take. Yet, this is a struggle we cannot afford to give up. If we cannot do it for ourselves, then for our children’s sake, our backs must not be turned away. With this, I feel motivated to allow the public the opportunity to download one of my personal struggles. This instalment relates to getting a grade one place for my daughter in 2010…Continue
Added by Mukasiri Sibanda on October 30, 2019 at 8:57 — No Comments
Anchored on public pre budget consultations, the process to formulate the 2020 National Budget Statement is underway. Public participation during budget formulation is fundamental. Citizens and civil society must grab the opportunity to influence how public revenues are generated and allocated to address the…Continue
Added by Mukasiri Sibanda on October 30, 2019 at 8:53 — No Comments
The EITI Board gathered to assess country progress, discuss the EITI’s role in addressing corruption and deepen cross-organisational collaboration.
Less than a week after the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali, Addis Ababa was a fitting backdrop for the 45th EITI Board meeting, hosted by the Government of Ethiopia. With the…Continue
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