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The Centre of Excellence for Extractive Industries Governance in Francophone Africa of the Catholic University of Central Africa, with the support of NRGI and MISEREOR, is pleased to announce the sixth edition of the Summer School on Governance of Extractive Industries, to be held at UCAC’s Ekounou-Ayéné campus, from 16 to 26 August 2016.

In 2014 NRGI’s MENA Regional Knowledge Hub (a partnership with the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies [LCPS]) offered its first foundation course on natural resource governance to civil society actors and members of the media from Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Tunisia. In this course, participants strengthen their understanding of the oil and gas sectors and develop skills to engage in effective policy advocacy or reporting.

NRGI is rolling out this year’s training program for African journalists interested in improving their knowledge of and skills in covering the extractive sectors of oil, gas and minerals.

NRGI and Oxford University’s Blavatnik School of Government are again offering an executive-level, challenge-focused course, which this year is aimed both at senior policy makers and industry professionals.

The Eurasia Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub announces a call for applications for participation in a three-day training course on “EITI Data Analysis,” planned for 23-25 June in Istanbul, Turkey.

NRGI and GIZ invite senior-level civil society activists, journalists, youth activists, traditional authorities, government officials, members of parliament, and parliamentary clerks to apply for an Accra-based two-week residential course in comprehensively covers the extractive industries value chain.

NRGI and Petrad are pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for the 2015 NRGI-Petrad Petroleum Governance Fellowship. The program seeks to increase civil society leaders’ effectiveness in promoting the better management of petroleum for the public good. In 2015 the fellowship will be open to civil society leaders from the following countries: Ghana, Iraq, Myanmar, Tanzania and Uganda.

In December, the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), in partnership with a team of trainers at the Yangon School of Journalism (YJS) launched the first dedicated, comprehensive course for journalists...

In order to launch our online training practice, NRGI seeks assistance from a creative, innovative multimedia company to develop a prototype online training course that is entirely self-taught and learner-paced...

NRGI and the Oil for Development Program of the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation's program seeks to accelerate civil society effectiveness in promoting the better management of oil, minerals, and gas...

RWI and the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies are offering a foundation course on natural resource governance to civil society and media from Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Tunisia. The deadline for application is 7 May 2014 and...

Ce guide s’adresse principalement aux Organisations de la Société Civile guinéenne: son but est de renforcer leurs capacités en mettant à leur disposition les informations nécessaires à la compréhension et au contrôle du secteur minier.

A guide for civil society organizations in Guinea, this French-language guide aims to build their capacity and increase their understanding of the extractive sector in order to successfully carry out their oversight mandate.

The Natural Resource Governance Institute is rolling out this year’s training program for Ghanaian, Tanzanian, and Ugandan journalists interested in improving their knowledge of and skills in covering the extractive sectors...

In partnership with Universitas Gadjah Mada and support from USAID, NRGI runs a two-week intermediate level training on "Improving the Governance of Extractive Industries" in Yogyakarta, Indonesia...

A practical guide for journalists aiming to create better coverage of the mining sector in Guinea, this French-language guide presents important tips for better reporting on a key industry.

Revenue Watch, the School of Public Policy at the Central European University, and the Natural Resource Charter are now accepting applications for 2014's advanced course, "Reversing the Resource Curse: Theory and Practice."

Revenue Watch, the School of Public Policy at the Central European University, and the Natural Resource Charter offer the annual advanced course "Reversing the Resource Curse: Theory and Practice." It is open to exceptional individuals from across the globe.

Participants in the fourth class of RWI's ongoing training program for strengthening media oversight of the extractive sectors of oil, gas, and mining.

The Eurasia Hub aims to improve knowledge and skills of civil society representatives on extractive industry governance and to increase effectiveness and transparency of EI governance...

Part of Knowledge Hub activities, the training course will be run by expert facilitators and resource person discussion on five issues in extractive industries...

The Revenue Watch Institute (RWI) and the Oil for Development Program (OfD) of the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation are pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for the 2013 RWI Petrad Fellowship.

The third edition of the Francophone Africa Summer School on Governance of Extractive Industries (EI) will be held at UCAC’s campus of Ekounou-Ayene from August 12-23, 2013.