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The story of the IMF Guide on Resource Revenue Transparency to date seems to be one of “too little of a good thing.”

During a Ted Talk, the U2 frontman called out corruption as one of the primary forces hindering faster progress towards zero poverty.

The U.S. took a big step towards greater revenue transparency with the first meeting of the U.S. EITI Advisory Committee.

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.

The government of Guinea launched the online publication of its contracts with mining companies, bringing significant transparency to the most important part of the country’s economy.

The government of Guinea has published online its contracts with mining companies, bringing significant transparency to the most important part of the country’s economy.

Semkae Kilonzo of Policy Forum in Tanzania shares five tips for creating an effective advocacy guide.

The Dutch government indicated today it would not bow to Shell's pressure to weaken the EU's proposed disclosure rules. Norway's Statoil reaffirmed it does not support the API's lawsuit.

Oil companies should demonstrate their commitment to transparency by following the lead of Statoil in distancing itself from a lawsuit against a landmark U.S. anti-corruption measure.

Twenty-eight people from Francophone African countries visited to a gas plant in Cameroon as part of a two-week workshop.

RWI expresses concern over the detention of Ilgar Mammadov, a member of its advisory board.

RWI President Daniel Kaufmann participated in a panel discussion that confronted the question: “Is good governance good for development?”

RWI Deputy Director Antoine Heuty spoke about contract transparency, accountability and investment for development at a Mining Indaba pre-conference discussion.

Switzerland is under pressure to require more transparency about deals between commodity traders and governments.

API argues requiring factual disclosure of payments to governments is "core political speech" protected by the First Amendment.

What do multibillion-dollar write-downs in the mining industry mean for mineral-rich countries whose economies depend on mining?

What role should the government have when a company needs to relocate an entire community to make way for a mining project?

Natural resource wealth offers economic opportunity in the Middle East/North Africa region, but also carries many risks.

Tanzania is the latest country to benefit from RWI's media training program.

A November workshop in Jakarta aimed to increase civil society participation in ASEAN by giving civil society groups the ability to develop advocacy strategies toward ASEAN in their home countries.

In briefs filed yesterday, Members of Congress and transparency advocates declared that Big Oil isn't above the law.

A recent article asserts a "new war" is brewing between the Taliban and Afghan government. But there would be no winners in such a "war."