Moves in US, Mexico and Norway build momentum.
Community-led processes hold the key for minimizing harm and maximizing benefits.
Take note of Sierra Leone’s progress on good governance reforms, says leading human rights lawyer
Despite the acquisition, opposition to mining in El Salvador is widespread (and justified).
It’s political incentives that result in bad decisions about oil, gas, and mining revenues.
The US must move quickly to continue as a global leader in “The Transparency Revolution.”
In Latin America, the focus has shifted to Canada and the U.S. for how their companies operate abroad.
Introducing Oxfam America’s active citizenship work.
(Or… The business case for respecting land rights in the developing world)