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

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 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.

Iraq is rich with oil, but public debate around the oil and gas sector in Iraq is limited, and corruption has reached endemic proportions.

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.

Some feedback from participants of the highly technical, fast-paced Advanced Course thus far.

Day three of the Advanced Course was about different fiscal instruments available to resource-rich states.

On Day Two of the Advanced Course, students had lots of questions, and were challenged with lessons on practical modelling and fiscal regimes.

Thirty-two students from five continents gathered in Budapest for a two-week course to develop their expertise on oil, gas and mining issues.

Veteran lawmakers met with brand-new parliamentarians at an RWI workshop on oversight of the oil, gas and mineral sectors.

Crude oil sales make up 70 percent of the government’s annual revenue, so it's imperative for journalists to know how oil revenue is managed.

RWI cohosted a technical briefing for Ugandan MPs on the Public Finance Bill, which is lawmakers' best hope for establishing a strong legal framework to manage oil revenues.

This week, lawmakers from the MENA region will gather in Beirut for a three-day training on the management of oil, gas and mining revenues.

Revenue Watch and its partners are now accepting applications for this forthcoming course in approaches to policy and management for oil, gas and mining resources.

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.

Adnan Al-Janabi, head of Parliament's Oil and Energy Committee, discusses the petroleum law and oil's role in his country's future.

RWI is pleased to announced the release of its standardized training modules on the essential components of the EITI process.

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

Eighteen trainees from across Eurasia attended RWI's regional knowledge hub course about the extractive industry value chain.

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