A weekly digest of activity on GOXI
How do you go about sourcing gold from artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) in a responsible way? Extractives and Development has a report on that.
What's the potential for increasing local content in mining in West Africa? The Extractives and Development program has just released a report on that too.
Few rich countries properly manage their extractive resources, Jasmin Blessing extracts from the 2017 Resource Governance Index.
Such improper management can result in countries losing billions of dollars worth of their natural resource wealth. Publish What You Pay Canada has some ideas for mechanisms and policies that can safeguard critical revenues.
Jasmin Blessing also reports that Fiji has no immediate plans for deep sea mining.
Nina Collins reports on a symposium by Oxfam Australia and the Melbourne Business School on gender in the extractive industries.
In this paper, Charles Akong presents a matrix systematically analyzing possible scenarios in the way of implementing the Africa Mining Vision.
Bubelwa Kaiza shares a preliminary analysis of Tanzania's 7th EITI report while Daniel Gilbert and Antipas Massawe discuss the latest twist in the saga between that country and Acacia Mining.
These and more jobs, blogs, photos, videos, and discussions are on GOXI.
|New GOXIans (this week) - Welcome
- Friedemann; Local Content Consultant - Friedemann Gille Consulting; Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
- Borjana; Head of Debt Collection - General Directorate of Taxation; Tirana, Albania
- Micheal Clacken; Associate - UN; New York, United States
- Vedant Patil; Consultant - PwC India; Gurgaon, India
- Stephanie Villadiego De La Hoz; Business Development Officer - AKTEK; Geneva, Switzerland
- Asterius Banzi; Editor - Freelance Journalist; Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
- Inge van den Berg; Oil & Gas Specialist - The World Bank; Nairobi, Kenya
- Fatimata Yaou Korgom; Mining Engineer Environmentalist - Ministry of Mines; Niamey, Niger
- Mouhamadou Ndour; Geological Engineer - Ministry in charge of mines; Dakar, Senegal
- Issoufou; Principal Geological Engineer - Ministry of Mines; Niamey, Niger
- Idrissa; Ministry of Mines; Niamey, Niger
- Sing-yabo Yehoussoube; Director of the Mining Brigade - Ministry des mines du Tchaf; Ndjamena, Chad
- Issaka Ousman Algadam; Geologist - Ministry of Mines, Geology and Quarries; Ndjamena, Chad
- Berndt Pettersson; Senior Geologist - Geological Survey of Sweden; Insjön, Sweden
- Bado Isso Felix; Geologist/Environmentalist - BUMIGEB; Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
- Sanogo Issa Seydou; Environmental Management Specialist - DNGM; Bamako, Mali
- Djedouboum Emmanuel; Geologist -Ministry of Mines, Geology and Quarries; Ndjamena, Chad
- Sadrack Dobe; Geologist and Environment Scientist - Ministry of Mines, Geology and Quarries; Ndjamena, Chad
- Mina Horace; National Coordinator - Sierra Leone Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (SLEITI) Secretariat; Freetown, Sierra Leone
- Launch of the Mining Local Procurement Reporting Mechanism (LPRM): better data, better company performance and greater impact for achieving the SDGs - Extractives and Development - Read
- Could DRC's resource wealth be the key to ending its conflicts too? - Keith Slack - Read
- Preliminary analysis of the 7th Tanzania EITI report - Bubelwa Kaiza - Read
- Few rich nations properly manage resources - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- No plans for deep sea mining - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Mining in Mali: balancing prospects and problems - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Investors slowly start to push climate change up their agenda - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Ghana outperforms countries in sub-Sahara Africa in resource governance index, but many issues remain - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Mexican organizations bring the fight for justice for the murder of Mariano Abarca to the international level - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Op-Ed: The DRC is revisiting its mining code. Why reform is long overdue - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Barrick Gold Tanzania operations accused of financial and human rights abuses – Executives once again fail to address human rights abuses - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Making environmental protection priority - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Banking on climate change: Fossil Fuel Finance Report Card 2017 - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- OHCHR response to request from BankTrack for advice regarding the application of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in the context of the banking sector - Jasmin Blessing - Read
- Launch of PWYP-Canada's New Report: Many ways to lose a billion: How governments fail to secure a fair share of natural resource wealth - Claire Woodside - Read
- Local procurement in the Mining Sector: New study on West Africa - Extractives and Development - Read
- Responsible gold sourcing from Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining - Extractives and Development - Read
- The African mining vision: Perspectives on mineral resource development in Africa - Charles Akong - Read
- Webinar; Indigenous Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Stategies; New York, United States; July 18, 2017 - RSVP
- Centre for Social responsibility in Mining, University of Queensland; Local Content Training Course; Brisbane, Australia; July 19 - 20, 2017 - RSVP
- Julie Kim; Let’s Make a Deal? Learning from Extractive Industry Negotiations with Indigenous Peoples; Washington DC, Online; July 18, 2017 - RSVP
- Saleem H. Ali; Research Methods Masterclass for Resources Sector; Brisbane, Australia; July 31 - August 4, 2017 - RSVP
- CSMI at Wits; Certificate Program in Community Relations Practice in the Extractive Industry: Management of Community Impacts; Johannesburg, South Africa; September 4 - 8, 2017 - RSVP
Remember: GOXIans are everywhere
Remember: Post a job as a blog and we'll do the rest
- Interim Director - PWYP, Canada - Apply
- Web Development Support (Short Term Consultant) - Goxi - Apply
- Environmental Coordinator - Cigar Lake - Apply
|Featured GOXIan - RAW Talks
RAW Talks is an interview series exploring the ideas and experiences of leaders, researchers and practitioners in the field of resource policy and economics. Straightforward, modern and without bias, the series aims to advance the discussion on how best the extractives sector can contribute to development. Talks are published in regular online editions that can be accessed for free at www.rawtalks.org.
(Information on featured members and organizations is based on content shared by members or publicly available information, sometimes edited for language and brevity, and should not be considered an endorsement by GOXI of any member's skills or experience.)
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