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Vera Belazelkoska acknowledges that improving the livelihoods of artisanal miners will take a lot more than a simple technology fix. Nevertheless, she argues, mobile technology can help address some of challenges. She lists five of them.

Isabelle Ramdoo shares the latest thinking on resource-based industrialization by ECDPM.

In one simple chart, Pietro Toigo shows the macroeconomic choices policymakers face in translating natural resource revenue into human development outcomes in West Africa.

And Patrick Schein makes his case again for why couples should be wearing certified gold wedding rings from artisanal and small-scale miners, in Spanish this time.

Plus more jobs, blogs, photos, videos, and discussions.

New GOXIans - Welcome
  • Eddie Holmes; Elected Representative - UK EITI MSG Civil Society constituency; Dundee, United Kingdom.
  • Gideon Melli; Superintending Inspector of Mines - Ministry of Mining; Nairobi, Kenya
  • Dale Lutchman; General Manager - Social Media Marketing - Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Patrick Keenan; Professor - University of Illinois College of Law - Champaign IL, United States
  • Byayesu Karakire Nathan; Mines Inspector - Rwanda Natural Resource Authority, Department of Geology and Mines; Kigali, Rwanda
New Posts
  •  5 Challenges of Artisanal mining that mobile tech can help solve - Vera BelazelkoskaRead
  • Tome una acción significativa para el desarrollo; !cámbiese a nuevos anillos de boda! - Patrick SchienRead
  • Seeking nomination for training participants-Regional workshop on environmental, community, healthy & safety in low value mineral and materials (LVMM) - Daniel FranksRead
  • Delivering the promise (II): Macroeconomic choice and natural resources revenue in West Africa - Pietro ToigoRead
Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Jesse Salah Ovadai; London book launch: The" Resource Curse" or Economic Transformation; London, United Kingdom; October 15, 2015 - RSVP
  • Kenya Chamber of Mines; Eastern Afrika Mining and Energy Conference 2015; Nairobi, Kenya; October 14-16, 2015 - RSVP
  • Helen Dempsey; Improving the Governance of Extractive industries; Yogyakarta, Indonesia; October 19-31, 2015 - RSVP
  • Fritz Brugger; Oil, Gas, Mineral; Fueling Development or Undermining the Future?; Zurich, Switzerland; October 20-23, 2015 - RSVP

Remember: GOXIans are everywhere

Jobs and More
  • The One Earth Future Foundation - Director, Early Engagement in Extractives (EEE) Program - Apply
  • Critical Resource - Analyst - Apply
  • NRGI - Legal or Economic Analyst - Apply 
  • Adams Smith International - Permanent Position - Apply
Remember: Post a job as a blog and we'll do the rest
Featured member - Kierren Moffat

Kierren Moffat is a social and organizational psychologist running a research group in the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) called Resources in Society. The group examines the relationship between extractives and society across scales, geographies and time. It uses predominantly quantitative methods to understand the views of communities living near mines and citizens in mining intensive countries regarding mineral development. Through this work, Resources in Society has developed robust models for how a social licence to operate works at local, regional, and national levels in multiple countries.

(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
  • South African coal miners strike over wages - DW - Read
  • Water not contaminated after cyanide spill at Barrick's Veladero-UN - Reuters - Read
  • Commodities terrible, terrible quarter in just one chart - Mining.com - Read
  • Two killed in protest at $7.4-billion MMG copper project in Peru - Reuters - Read
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