Five experts say resource-rich African governments should not leave money on the table.
Oil and gas could bring billions to countries in East Africa - but only if used responsibly.
The region is sitting on enough wealth to become a hub of peace and prosperity, but how are transparency and citizen voice being enabled?
Oxfam America and the Brookings Institution will host “East Africa’s Oil and Gas Boom – Promise and Peril,” on Thursday, Feb. 20, in Washington, DC.
People in El Salvador will not just choose a president, but which path to development they will pursue.
A real agenda for mining and development in Africa includes people, profits, and politics.
Oxfam pushes the Ghanaian government to break new ground.
1,000+ mining companies endorse mandatory disclosures of payments to governments.
The government of Niger seeks more revenue from the French uranium company, Areva.