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External Resources

Useful External Resources

Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment: Negotiations Support Portal

The Portal aims to strengthen the accessibility and visibility of available tools & resources and technical support to assist host governments planning, preparing for, negotiating, monitoring, and implementing large-scale investment projects in the extractive industry, land & agriculture and infrastructure sector. It includes a Roadmap that maps out the stages of the investment process, a searchable database of the major Support Providers that provide assistance to host governments, a list of useful online Tools & Resources to better inform and guide governments at each stage of the investment process, and a list of short term trainings and professional development courses.

Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

The EITI Secretariat and its supporters have developed a range of guidance documents, for implementing countries, civil society and companies. In addition, you will find here glossaries of EITI parlance, EITI governance documents, and EITI-related research. EITI is not responsible for contents of any linked site.

The EI Sourcebook

The Extractive Industries Source Book is a free online, interactive resource that is built upon a coherent and incisive narrative analysis of the sector as a whole, supplemented by hundreds of downloads and other web resources, including specially commissioned reports, summaries and briefs. The EI Source Book is a partnership between the World Bank Group, a global consortium of universities led by the University of Dundee, and professional associations.

ICMM Case Studies and Toolkit

The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) was established in 2001 to improve sustainable development performance in the mining and metals industry. Today, it brings together many of the world’s leading mining and metals companies as well as national and regional mining associations and global commodity associations. The organization produces a range of toolkits and publications that provides good practice guidance and promotes sustainable development in mining.

Publish What You Pay Resource Center

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) is a global network of civil society organizations that are united in their call for oil, gas and mining revenues to form the basis for development and improve the lives of ordinary citizens in resource-rich countries. PWYP’s network comprises over 600 member organizations across the world, including human rights, development, environmental and faith-based groups.

Natural Resource Governance Institute Resource Center

The NRGI Resource Center is a tool for knowledge-sharing and transparency advocacy, giving activists, civil society members, government officials, legislators, journalists and students access to hundreds of documents on the management of natural resource wealth.