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The STRADE project has found some interesting contrasts between the EU and other regions, when it comes to exploration spending. Find out more.

GIZ set out to evaluate the impact of EITI. See the results.

The picture emerging from the recently-ended Africa Oil Governance Summit is not pretty, according to Seibik Bugri's report.

Ngalim Bernard Yongabi too shares a report on environmental protection and corporate social responsibility by mining companies in the East and Adamaou regions of Cameroon (in French).

Rachel Etter-Phoya recaps the launch of Human Rights Watch’s report (including a video) on mining and human rights in Malawi .

And the conversation continues on the World Bank/UN report on Preventing Conflict in Resource-Rich Countries.

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

New GOXIans - Welcome
  • Emanuele Sapienza; Policy Specialist - UNDP; New York, NY, United States

  • Yuambari Haihuie; Research Coordinator - Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG); Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

  • Dominic DeSpaio; Researcher - Princeton University; Princeton, NJ, United States

  • Andrea Štefan; Policy - WWF; Zagreb, Croatia

  • Susan Mensah; Consultant - ACNRG; London, United Kingdom

  • Pax Sakari; Executive Director - Rural Initiative for Community Empowerment West Nile; Arua, West Nile, Uganda
New Posts
  • The Voluntary Principles initiative adopts model clauses for agreements between government security forces and companies - Egbert G. Ch. Wesselink - Read

  • Environmental protection and corporate social responsibility by mining companies in the East and Adamaou regions of Cameroon - Ngalim Bernard Yongabi - Read

  • "They Destroyed Everything": Human Rights Watch releases report on mining and human rights in Malawi - Rachel Etter-Phoya - Read

  • STRADE policy brief published on mineral exploration expenditure: The EU’s weak performance (Masuma Farooki) - STRADE Project - Read

  • New report, same problems at Peruvian mine - Keith Slack - Read

  • Leadership is Africa's problem in resource benefits - Seibik Bugri - Read

  • New study: Assessing the effectiveness and impact of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) - Lutz Neumann - Read


  • Mark Jessel; Exploration Geoscience Training Courses; Ouagadougou and Accra ; October 3 - December 9, 2016 - RSVP

  • Cathy Amenya; CALL FOR PAPERS Conference topic: Extractive Industries in Africa: Addressing Conflicts and Integrating Sustainable Development; Nairobi. Kenya; October 5-6, 2016 - RSVP

  • Katherine Stanley; Buried Treasure: Improving Tax Collection in Resource-Rich Countries- The Role of Donor Aid; Washington DC, United States; October 6, 2016 - RSVP

Remember: GOXIans are everywhere

Jobs and More
  • Steffen Kramer - SME Expert (French) - Apply

  • CDA Collaborative Learning Projects - Executive Director - Apply

  • APPA Secretariat in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo - Assistant to the Executive Secretary in charge of Administrative and Financial matters - Apply

  • CRC Sogema - Expert(e) en entrepreneuriat et soutien aux PME - Apply
Remember: Post a job as a blog and we'll do the rest
Featured member - Anthea  Darychuk

Anthea Darychuk is a Research Manager with the Mining Shared Value (MSV) venture of Engineers Without Borders Canada, which seeks to increase local procurement by the global mining industry. In her current role, Anthea focuses on how mining companies and Aboriginal businesses and communities in Canada are engaging and building partnerships through supply chain opportunities, and using procurement contracts as a lever for economic development. Anthea's work aims to compile the best practices for both Aboriginal suppliers and mining companies, and encourage more productive relationships. 

Anthea’s past experiences involved research, community engagement and program management with local communities in Latin America, Canada and the Middle East. She has worked with several international organizations, including the UNHCR, UNWRA and JRS on programming related to community resilience and economic diversification. Her current areas of interest are Aboriginal resource development and women’s economic empowerment. Anthea holds a Masters of Public Health degree from the University of Toronto, and an undergraduate degree in International Development and Nutrition from the University of Guelph. 

(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.)

See who else is on GOXI

Beyond GOXI: Books, news, papers and reports
  • Och-Ziff's sprawling Africa bribery network laid out by U.S.Bloomberg - Read

  • Does this signal the return of OPEC?- Oil Price - Read

  • Yanacocha in independent fact-finding missionResolve - Read

  • What can you make from one barrel of oil? Visual Capitalist - Read
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