NRGI is working with the country's anticorruption commission to ensure that civil society is well represented as Tunisia moves toward implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.
NRGI is proud to announce the arrival of Petronia, an interactive online course unlike any other in the resource governance field, where learners can “play” at influencing resource governance outcomes in a simulated context.
The rise of affordable and renewable energy marks a new era, but brings with it some of society’s enduring problems. Fortunately, we’ve learned much about the nexus of poverty, corruption and inequality that is relevant to the exploitation of energy resources.
A recent shift in power highlights the political potency of resource governance issues – like anti-corruption and subnational resource governance – in Malaysia as well as the strong role that political parties can play in addressing resource governance challenges.