Training

RWI has developed training courses and materials that meet the learning needs of civil society advocates, government officials, journalists and parliamentarians working toward improving the management of oil, gas and minerals. RWI's materials are tailored to the learning styles of adults, with a focus on learning through participants' own experiences, sustained debates and interaction. The training materials present balanced views and facilitate debates about the pros and cons of policy decisions.

Our materials include courses and modules to help others prepare effective trainings on the management and oversight of oil, gas and mining, agendas and outlines from regional knowledge hub courses on natural resource governance, global advanced courses offered in partnership with the School of Public Policy at the Central European University and the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford and information from country-specific courses from RWI in-country trainings.

The Revenue Watch Institute-Natural Resource Charter is rolling out this year’s training program for Ghanaian, Tanzanian, and Ugandan journalists interested in improving their knowledge of and skills in covering the extractive sectors...

The 2014 edition aims to equip a large number of monitoring bodies, including CSOs, media and parliamentarians, with knowledge and skills to improve the quality of their response and their ability to influence transparent and accountable management of EI in francophone Africa.

In partnership with Universitas Gadjah Mada and support from USAID, RWI runs a two-week intermediate level training on "Improving the Governance of Extractive Industries" in Yogyakarta, Indonesia...

A practical guide for journalists aiming to create better coverage of the mining sector in Guinea, this French-language guide presents important tips for better reporting on a key industry.

The Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, in association with Revenue Watch/Natural Resource Charter offers an annual high-level executive course on natural resource management for the most senior policy makers in government.

The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in collaboration with Revenue Watch Institute (RWI) and USAID, conducts an annual comprehensive training for stakeholders from the Asia Pacific region.

Training Modules

Media plays a key role in supporting good policies and building well-governed societies that aspire to raise the living standards of their citizens. Through articles and radio or TV broadcasts, journalists can inform policy makers...

This module provides an overview of the RGI and its potential use as a comparative analysis and diagnostic tool.

Core Courses

The Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, in association with Revenue Watch/Natural Resource Charter offers an annual high-level executive course on natural resource management for the most senior policy makers in government.

Revenue Watch, the School of Public Policy at the Central European University, and the Natural Resource Charter offer the annual advanced course "Reversing the Resource Curse: Theory and Practice." It is open to exceptional individuals from across the globe.