La Guinée célèbre aujourd’hui soixante années d’indépendance, depuis le fameux « non » du leader indépendantiste Ahmed Sékou Touré au referendum parrainé par le gouvernement du Général De Gaulle sur l’union avec la France.
Les révélations des « Panama Papers » en 2016 et les enquêtes qui ont suivi ont suscité un intérêt grandissant du public à propos des personnes physiques qui se trouvent en dernier ressort derrière les entreprises, autrement
In 2017, after a decade of working with journalists, NRGI crafted a new strategy for media programming, leveraging lessons from its development programs and considering broader learning and trends in the field.
Management of Cambodia’s natural resources is opaque and growing restrictions on civic space mean that communities and civil society groups have few opportunities to engage with the government or companies on critical issues, such as how the impacts of mining on local people are managed or how revenues are used.
Across the world, journalists have been key to uncovering malfeasance in the natural resources sector. Media have exposed illicit activities by international oil companies like Royal Dutch Shell in Nigeria. They have shed light on Cameroon petroleum contracts that bring few benefits to locals and to national accounts.
Having established a bid and licensing rounds committee in May, the country’s preparation for the bid round began in June. This development makes other countries’ bidding round experience particularly relevant to Ghanaians.
Since 2013, the AMDC has supervised the establishment of country-level mining visions in 13 countries in East, Central and Western Africa, facilitated the AMV Private Sector Compact, established an AMV Civil Society Forum, and initiated an African Minerals Governance Framework (AMGF).