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Barometer on resource governance in SADC

The barometer is being designed as a monitoring tool to support the oversight work of parliament and the activities of civil society. The barometer will be a critical tool in monitoring how governments and both foreign and local companies are managing resources.  SARW is working in partnership with SADC-PF. See the draft document.

 

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Barometer on resource governance

SARW and SADC-PF have been for the past three year developing the resource barometer. The barometer is being designed as a monitoring tool to support the oversight work of parliament and the activities of civil society. The barometer will be a critical tool in monitoring how governments and both foreign and local companies are managing resources.  SARW is working in partnership with SADC-PF. See the draft document.

 

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Main Presentations for Day One

This session was facilitated by Mr. Boyd Chibale and the presentations for the first day of the conference were delivered by Ms Moratuoa Thoka representing SARW South Africa, Mr. Felix Ngosa the Senior Project Officer at Catholic Relief Services- Zambia, Mr. Talent Ngandwe from MISA Zambia (member of EITI Zambia Council) and Wendy Mukape the Coordinator for CoSTI Zambia.

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Introduction

June 04th, 2013

A conference entitled ‘Evaluation and Awareness Conference on the Implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Zambia’ was convened by the Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) in partnership with the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) through its affiliate the Mine Workers Union of Zambia (MUZ) and the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) at Southern Sun Hotel in Lusaka, Zambia on 29-30 September, 2010.

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Evaluation and awareness conference on the implementation of the extractive industries transparency initiative (EITI) in zambia

June 04th, 2013

The Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) in partnership with the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) and the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) through its affiliate the Mine Workers Union of Zambia (MUZ) organized a conference aimed at reflecting on the progress Zambia has made since joining the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). The conference was organised to also among other things review the role of civil society in the said initiative.

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Make EITI homegrown concept, advises SARW

THE Southern Africa Resource Watch says the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) risked remaining an academic exercise if it is not redefined to make it a homegrown concept.  
In a statement released yesterday, Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) campaign officer for Zambia Edward Lange stated that the initiative should not be an international-driven concept. 
Lange stated that the EITI international secretariat validated Zambia as an implementing country which climaxed the implementation process of the initiative. 

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