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Eric Joyce's blog on civil society and the extractive industries has set off a vibrant debate. Join the conversation.

OpenOil announces the addition of 18 new jurisdictions to its open data map of oil concessions. The countries range "from Oman and Iraqi Kurdistan in the east to Algeria and Morocco in the West."

According to one participant at Natural Resource Governance Insitute's (NRGI) training course in October, they taught an old journalism dog new tricks. Kwami Ahiabenu reports.

Mining in Malawi presents a one-year review of the review of oil and gas exploration agreements as announced by the government.

Diane Albrecht shares the video of a discussion on community rights and resource justice in Guinea.

And Jesse Salah Ovadia offers GOXIans a discount on his new book, The Petro-Developmental State in Africa.

These and more jobsblogsphotosvideos, and discussions.

New GOXIans - Welcome
  • Martin Brown; MA Student, Corruption - Extractive Industry Civil Society (EICS); Brighton, United Kingdom
  • Afrika Yetu; Public & Policy Engagement: Natural Resources, Communities and Sustainability; Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, United Republic
  • Kanwal Dewan; Program Officer; Mining Shared Value; Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Anthea Darychuk; Research Officer; Mining Shared Value; Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Brandon Nicols; Graduate Researcher & Consultant; University of British Columbia; Vancouver, Canada
  • Salla Germain; Founder & CEO; Institut des Matières Premières (IMP); Douala, Cameroon
New Posts
  • RE: Civil Society and the Extractive Industries - New comments by Diarmid O'Sullivan and Daniel GilbertRead
  • The Open data map of oil concessions extends to 18 countries in the middle East - Anton RuhlingRead
  • African Journalist deepens extractives knowledge in redesigned learning course - Kwami AhiabenuRead
  • One year since Malawi's government started reviewing oil exploration licences and agreements - Rachel Etter-PhoyaRead
  • VIDEO: Discussion on community rights and resource justice in Guinea - Diane Albrecht - Watch
  • RE: Reporting and conflict management (mining) - New comment by Patricia Panting - Read
Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Africa Centre for Energy Policy; Africa Oil Governance Summit; Accra, Ghana; November 23-24, 2015 - RSVP
  • Intersocial Consulting; Training Course on Land Access and Resettlement; Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; December 7-8, 2015 - RSVP
  • Latin America Dialogue Group; Transparency and Dialogue in Extractive Industries in Latin America; Lima, Peru; December 10-11 2015 - RSV
  • Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria; Masters (LLM) Degree in Extractive Industry Law in Africa; South Africa; February 1-December 31, 2016 - RSVP
  • EITI; EITI Global Confrence; Lima, Peru; February 24-25, 2016 RSVP

Remember: GOXIans are everywhere

Jobs and More
  • UNDP - International Training Consultant(s) for Delivery of Small-scale Mining Workshop - Apply 
  • Publish what you pay - Eurasia Regional Coordinator - Apply
  • ACET - Extractive Industries Analyst/Researcher - Apply
  • Estelle Levin Ltd.- Senior Manager - Apply
  • Critical Resource in London - Senior Associate/Associate - Apply
  • Governance of Africa's Resources at SAIIA in Cape Town - Programme Head - Apply
Remember: Post a job as a blog and we'll do the rest
Featured GOXIan - Ana Isable Gaviria

Ana Isabel Gaviria is a lawyer with over seven years experience in the gold mining sector. She worked for two years for one of the main gold refineries in Colombia and for five years as head of the legal department for the most important gold mining corporate group in Colombia, Mineros S.A., where she was in charge of all the legal functioning and representation of the group before public institutions and private organizations, including the active participation in industry associations aiming to promote the improvement of national regulation and good governance in the extractive sector.

From May 2015 Ana Isabel has participated as a researcher in the Investment and Human Rights project at the London School of Economics, where she has engaged in the creation of an adequate environment for responsible and sustainable investment from a legal perspective, focusing on the natural resource industries.
Her special areas of interest are international investment, mining law, development and corporate social responsibility.

(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
  • Oil prices have just bounced--here's why - CNBC - Read
  • Natural resources prices may fall again--Goldman Sachs - Financial Times - Read
  • Rio Tinto fight with Vale over massive iron ore mine falls at first hurdle - Financial Review - Read
  • China admits to have killed 28 suspects on coal mine knife attack - Mining.com - Read
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