In countries rich in oil, gas or minerals, electoral campaigns are fresh opportunities for political parties and candidates to dive into different aspects of the debate around resource governance; develop long-term policy positions; share them with voters; and raise public awareness on resource-related issues crucial to meaningful and sustainable development.
We know that women are more likely to be negatively impacted by extraction than men. What can be done as a policy response is often less evident.
At this University College London Global Governance Institute lecture on 5 March, NRGI president and CEO Daniel Kaufmann will discuss approaches to good governance and corruption control and trends in these spaces. Register to attend.