A weekly digest of activity on GOXI
As Norway leads the way in "systematic disclosure" of payments to satisfy various transparency regimes, Publish What You Pay UK tests UK companies for variances in their disclosures to EITI and to their government.
Mukasiri Sibanda can see the light in the future of mining governance in Zimbabwe. Still, he treads lightly. "If government is serious about fighting corruption and to mobilise resources to deliver quality health and education services," he says, "a strong dosage of contract transparency is a necessity."
But Ana Maria Aranibar laments the poor state of women in mining in western Bolivia-- for instance, working unending hours at back-breaking tasks and receiving no recognition, earning low daily wages while men earn higher weekly wages, and enduring other forms of discrimination that keep them poor.
James McQuilken reports on one type of effort to help change the situation of women in artisanal and small-scale mining by elevating their voices and visions.
In this article, Andre Xavier and colleagues at the University of British Columbia propose a new framework to evaluate the degree and extent of community involvement in participatory water management programs.
And Alice Powell wraps up the month in gender & extractives news.
These and more jobs, blogs, photos, videos, and discussions on GOXI.
- Alex Gruenewald; Country Projects Coordinator - Transparency International Australia; Victoria, Australia
- Berly Opar; HRBP - DAI; Bethesda, MD, United States
- Keanna Driedger; Program Officer - CIRDI; Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
- Olena Soldatova; Communications & Learning Assistant - Canadian International Resources & Development Institute; Vancouver, Canada
- Kazeem; Principal Officer, Civil Society/Government Relations - Nigerrian* EITI; Abuja, FCT, Nigerria*
- Africa Practice; Strategy and communications consultant - Africa Practice; Nairobi, Kenya
- Lucy Juma; Intern - Nairobi, Kenya
- Stephanie Mugambi; Analyst - Africa Practice Ltd; Nairobi, Kenya
- SONA: Do I smell a breath of fresh air on mineral resource governance reforms? - Mukasiri Sibanda - Read
- ASM: Placing the voices and visions of women artisanal and small-scale miners at the heart of policy discussions - James McQuilken - Read
- New PWYP UK study explores UK EITI and mandatory payments data variances - Miles Litvinoff - Read
- Mining women workers remain in extreme poverty - Ana Maria Aranibar - Read
- What Participation? Distinguishing water monitoring programs in mining regions based on community participation - Andre Xavier - Read
- Gender and extractives news: September - Alice Powel - Read
- Jeff Geipel; ELLED CoP Webinar: Implementing Local Content Strategy Across Extractive Industry Companies: Converting Corporate Ambitions into Site-Level Success; Online Webinar; October 2, 2018 - RSVP
- Rebecca L Golden Timsar (UH), Alicia Elias Roberts (UWI); Conference Call for Papers: Caribbean Energy Policies, Societies, and Law; St. Augustine, Trinidad; October 4, 2018 - RSVP
- Prudence Ukwishate; RDF's Online Repository Training II; October 9, 2018 - RSVP
- Justin Landry Chekoua; Mining Governance Forum/Forum sur la Gouvernance Minière (FGM); Yaoundé; October 10 - 11, 2018 - RSVP
- IGF; 2018 Annual General Meeting of the IGF; Geneva, Switzerland; October 15- 18, 2018 - RSVP
Remember: Post a job as a blog and we'll do the rest
- EITI International Secretariat in Oslo - Corporate Engagement and Policy Manager/Officer - Apply
- EITI International Secretariat in Oslo, Norway - Communications Intern -Apply
- Responsible Mining Foundation - Fundraising & Development - Apply
- PWYP-US - Policy Advisor - Apply
- GIZ - Advisor (m/f/d) for Extractive Resource Governance - Apply
The Extractive Resource Governance Program (ERGP) at the School of Public Policy (SPP) at the University of Calgary provides policy and regulatory analysis, development, and education to regional economies with newly discovered or evolving extractive industries. The ERGP provides a platform to harness Canadian and international research and technical expertise to assist resource-rich jurisdictions in establishing sustainable and mutually beneficial extractive resource governance policies. Karina Spencer is the Project Coordinator.
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|Beyond GOXI: Books, news, papers and reports
- The disturbing link between gold prices and the survival of girls in India - Quartz - Read
- Ignore the hype - Oil prices aren't going back to $100 - Oilprice - Read
- Peru expects $58 billion in mining investments - Mining.com - Read
- Energy majors to pay Kazakhstan $1.1 billion to settle Karachaganak row - Reuters - Read