sharing in governance of extractive industries

A weekly digest of activity on GOXI

One more day to submit your video on sharing benefits in the extractives and infrastructure sectors. Learn more.

The search is on for the next EITI Chair as the initiative also announces its 7th Global Conference, to be held in Lima, Peru from February 24 to 25, 2016. All are invited.

The OECD requests your comments on its due diligence guidance to help mining, oil and gas enterprises identify and manage challenges related to undertaking meaningful stakeholder engagement.

One document that may help OECD's guide is the new report, Mining, Resettlement and Lost Livelihoods: Listening to the Voices of the Mualadzi Community in Mozambique, prepared by Oxfam and the University of Queensland Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining.

The EI Academy illustrates the numerical realities from mineral exploration to profitable mining in these short videos in English and Spanish.

Enough Project presents recommendations for solving the illicit conflict gold supply chain from eastern Congo.

In the midst of decline in diamond mining in Sierra Leone's Kono District came Ebola, creating orphans whose future is now even more bleak than before. And then there's the role of poverty in exacerbating the effects of Ebola. Adam Rolfe shares the last two of Babar Turay's essays on the impact of Ebola on Sierra Leone's diamond mining area.

These and more blogs, photos, videos, and discussions on GOXI.

New GOXIans - Welcome
  • Gillian Davidson; Head, Mining and Metals - World Economic Forum; Geneva, Switzerland
  • Wendy Tyrrell; Managing Director - The Long View Consulting; Victoria, Australia
  • Bellinda Chinowawa; Projects Lawyer - Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights; Harare, Zimbabwe
  • Miriam Azu; Attorney - Columbia Law School; Takoradi, Ghana
New Posts
  • Is Ebola a crisis for the poor? - Adam Rolfe - Read
  • Video - Exploracion los numeros - Jodi Liss - Watch
  • Video - Exploration - the numbers - Jodi Liss - Watch
  • What does life hold for the orphans of Ebola in Kono? - Adam Rolfe - Read
  • Chris Anderson and new company, Yirri - Global Chris Anderson - Read
  • Public consultation on the OECD due diligence guidance for meaningful stakeholder engagement in the extractives sector - Barbara Bijelic - Read
  • Congo’s conflict gold rush: Bringing gold into the legal trade - Enough Project - Arash Irantalab Tehrani - Read
  • RE: Take minerals as dividends not cash GHEITI urges Gov't - New comment by Antipas Massawe - Read


  • World Bank; Annenberg Summer Institute In Reform Communication; Los Angeles, CA, USA; June 1 - 12, 2015; RSVP
  • EITI’s 7th Global Conference In Natural Resource Governance; Lima, 24-25 February 2016; RSVP
  • CCSI; Executive Training On Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development; New York, NY; June 8 - 19, 2015; RSVP

Remember: GOXIans are everywhere

Jobs and More
  • Adam Smith International - Manager, extractive industries governance in London - Apply
  • EITI - We are now accepting applications and nominations for the next EITI Chair.  - Apply
  • NRGI - Aglophone Africa Summer School  - Apply
  • NRGI - Research Project Manager RGI (Consultant)  - Apply
  • Chatham House - Research Fellow, forging sustainable resource futures Energy, Environment and Resource Department  - Apply
  • Oxfam Dominican Republic -IIEE Officer  - Apply
  • NRGI - Call for researchers and peer reviewers for the resource governance Index 2016 -  Apply
Remember: Post a job as a blog and we'll do the rest
Featured GOXIan - Kendra Dupuy

Kendra Dupuy is an advisor and researcher with the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Center, housed at the Christian Michelsen Institute in Bergen, Norway. She is trained as a political economist, and carries out research on corruption and anti-corruption in the extractive industries and other natural resource sectors. The research projects she is currently involved with examine the impact of multi-stakeholder natural resource governance initiatives on public goods provision in member states; identify corruption risks and mitigation strategies in natural resource benefit sharing mechanisms; examine private sector approaches to transparency and accountability in natural resource sectors; and analyze legal requirements for community development in the mining sector. Kendra also facilitates workshops and online trainings on corruption and anti-corruption in natural resource management.

(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.)

Beyond GOXI: Books, news, papers and reports
  • Canada’s crude oil exports reached record high in January - Oil&Gas Journal - Read
  • How diamonds are mined - VisuallySee
  • Kyrgyzstan names new PM to settle issue with Centerra over Kumtor mine -  Mining.com - Read
  • Turquoise Hill sale of stake in Mongolia's SouthGobi falls through - Mining.com - Read
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