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Who owns extractive resources in Asia? The EITI, Asian Development Bank (ADB), and Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) recently gathered in Manila to discuss beneficial ownership

But, ultimately, extractive resources are owned by the people, the living as well as the unborn, as India's National Mineral Policy 2019 emphasizes.

Do you have a story to share to promote inclusion in mining. Share it with the International Women in Mining. #MiningTogether

Meanwhile, some civil society organizations have come together to call on the Government of Guinea to revise its proposed relocation policy which, they say, could violate the human rights of more than 100,000 rural Guineans. (Disponible en français)

Next door in Liberia, "fees paid by companies for environmentally and socially sound development are managed through state channels that are non-transparent and thus not traceable to citizens," participants at a recent workshop disclosed as they gathered to discuss voluntary certifications that can make mining more sustainable.

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  • Mining together - Inclusion begins with us - International Women in Mining - Read
  • Draft resettlement policy in Guinea Conakry threatens to violate rights of more than 100,000 people, according to analysis by civil society groups - Lien De Brouckere - Read
  • Who owns extractive resources in Asia? - EITI - Read
  • Mining responsibly: Workshop in Liberia addresses voluntary standards - Kim Rahel Schultze - Read
  • How India's National Mineral Policy implements Intergenerational Equity - Rahul Basu - Read
  • Yay! IPSASB is starting on a natural resources IPSAS -Rahul Basu - Read
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  • Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Hub; Africa Conference on Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining & Quarrying; Accra, Ghana; March 28 - 29, 2019 - RSVP
  • AusIMM; SDIMI 2019; Sydney, Australia; May 27 - 29, 2019 - RSVP
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  • Project Director -Commercially Viable, Conflict-Free Gold (CVCFG) - Apply
  • Projektmanager - Integrierte wirtschaftliche Entwicklung im Rohstoffsektor - Apply
  • Extractives Hub Project Manager - CEPMLP, University of Dundee, UK - Apply
  • Senior Consultant - The Dragonfly Initiative - Apply
  • Senior Analyst/Project Manager - The Dragonfly Initiative - Apply
  • Senior Consultant - Kumi Consulting Ltd - Apply
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Featured GOXIan - CIRDI

The Canadian International Resources and Development Institute (CIRDI) was founded by three leading universities: University of British Columbia (UBC), Simon Fraser University, and Polytechnique Montréal. CIRDI is a partner of UBC’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs.

CIRDI is an independent center of expertise in natural resource-led development. The Center works at the request of developing country governments that seek to strengthen their capacity to govern and manage their natural resources for the benefit of their people.


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