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Organized by the Francophone Africa Hub, 34 participants attended the course including representatives of media and civil society organizations from many resource rich countries.

Course participants considered a wide range of topics that deepened the participants' knowledge of the entire process of the value chain of the extractive industries and equipped them with the skills to analyze fiscal regimes, contracts, EI legislation and revenue management.

Senior Middle East oil and gas experts and partners gathered for RWI's second annual advisory roundtable in Beirut on May 31 to consider RWI's continued engagement in the region in the context of planned programmatic expansions into Libya and Tunisia to support governments and oversight actors in their management of resource wealth.

In 2013, seasoned activist and academic experts from across the continent will represent the countries of anglophone Africa.

Over 200 parliamentarians from 75 countries and representatives of several CSOs and international institutions participated in the 10th Annual Conference of Parliamentary Network on the World Bank and International Monetary Fund

The third edition of the Francophone Africa Summer School on Governance of Extractive Industries (EI) will be held in Yaoundé, Cameroon, from August 12-23, 2013.

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.

Semkae Kilonzo of Policy Forum in Tanzania shares five tips for creating an effective advocacy guide.

Twenty-eight people from Francophone African countries visited to a gas plant in Cameroon as part of a two-week workshop.

RWI Deputy Director Antoine Heuty spoke about contract transparency, accountability and investment for development at a Mining Indaba pre-conference discussion.

RWI previewed a new online collection of natural resource contracts at Publish What You Pay's September conference in Amsterdam.

Nearly 50 members of African civil society and media toured AngloGold Ashanti’s Iduapriem gold mine in the western region of Ghana.

Journalists and advocates from the DRC, Guinea, Niger, Cameroon and Burkina Faso attended a workshop to learn how to make best use of their countries' EITI reports.

Experts joined advocates and journalists in Cameroon for an exhaustive RWI training session on understanding oil and mining contracts.

Revenue Watch's media training program enables journalists to hold government and companies more accountable.

Susan al-Saad of the Iraqi parliament recounts how an RWI workshop taught her to tackle problems from a different angle.

As experts prepare for a sweeping contract review process, donor groups are rallying around Guinea's commitment to mining sector reform.

The chair of Ghana’s citizen oversight committee joined experts from RWI and Oxfam to discuss the prospects for accountable oil revenue management.

On 1 June in Washington, D.C., distinguished guests joined RWI and Oxfam for a discussion on Ghana's new oil oversight committee.

As the public and the media react to an in-depth report on oil revenues, the government has responded with new disclosures.

The report by Ghana's Public Interest and Accountability Committee heralds a new approach in stronger oversight for the nation's burgeoning oil industry.

RWI consultant Keith Myers reflects on the challenges facing Iraq's parliament in creating a post-dictator oil power structure.

RWI and local partners held a workshop to discuss inputs to three proposed petroleum bills.

RWI and partners analyzed Uganda's new petroleum bills to provide international context to the debate in parliament and across Uganda.

This video explores how legislators won greater disclosure of contracts and the chance to get a better deal for their countries.