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The 2017 Benchmarking Exercise Report; opportunities, gains and losses

The benchmarking exercise provides a wealth of evidence to measure Nigeria’s performance against twelve precepts of good practice set out in the Charter covering the entire decision chain in the management of natural resources. Precept 1 which is securing the... Read More

Job Opening: Program Officer – Data and Analysis Team

The Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) seeks to hire a capable, experienced individual with excellent program management skills relevant to the Resource Governance Index project. The successful candidate will play a key coordination role in the design, delivery and execution... Read More

2014 Natural Resource Charter Conference Agenda

12-13 June, Oxford, UK More details for this year’s Natural Resource Charter conference are now available. The speakers and topics for open sessions can be found here. (All sessions not listed here will be conducted under the Chatham House rule.) The conference is... Read More

Blavatnik/Natural Resource Charter Hold High-Level Course in Natural Resource Management

The Natural Resource Charter has partnered with the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford to establish a six-day executive course based on the precepts of the Natural Resource Charter. Designed for the most senior policy makers in... Read More

NRC at the Just Governance conference in Caux, Switzerland

From 29th June until the 3rd July I attended the Just Governance conference, held by Initiatives of Change in Caux, Switzerland. Each year Caux conferences bring together diplomats, politicians, academics, trade unionists, private sector representatives, and NGO workers from over... Read More

Managing Oil for All: A High-Level Round-table on Oil Governance

Charter Announcement Good governance and regulation of oil are public goods that benefit all the actors involved in the oil industry. However, in  producing or exploring countries which have weak institutions and a challenging political landscape, these public goods have... Read More

HOME PRINT:Print page SHARE:Email page Tweet page Share page on Facebook Case study: A comprehensive resource development strategy – Norway’s path to inclusive and sustainable development

Norway Precept 1 Norway is a often used as a shining example of good natural resource management. First in a series of short case studies, “A comprehensive resource development strategy: Norway’s path to inclusive and sustainable development” charts the creation... Read More

Reversing the Resource Curse: Theory and Practice

The Natural Resource Charter, Revenue Watch and the School of Public Policy at the Central European University are now accepting applications for the advanced course: “Reversing the Resource Curse: Theory and Practice.” To apply, interested individuals should submit the application form... Read More

NRC Included in African Progress Panel’s Recommendations

TThe Africa Progress Report 2012 was launched on 11 May 2012 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, during the World Economic Forum on Africa. The report was presented at a press conference by Kofi Annan, Peter Eigen, Bob Geldof, Olusegun Obasanjo and Tidjane Thiam. The event drew a... Read More

New video about coalitions to fight the resource curse

Check out the new video from the World Bank Institute about how coalitions between governments, citizens and private companies can work together to tackle the challenges of resource wealth. Tell us what you think!... Read More