Natural Resource Management
This paper takes a unique analytical approach to discuss the behavior of anti-government networks in the midst of conflict.
This paper uses International Alert’s peacebuilding framework to explore questions about peace and peacebuilding in South Sudan and Sudan.
This report examines the monitoring of mining obligations, characterizes the main gaps, identifies policy options and good practices, and proposes practical ways for both government and civil society to improve monitoring and enforcement.
This report takes stock of the current status of forest rights and tenure globally, assesses the key issues and events of 2011 that shape possibilities to improve local rights and livelihoods, and identifies key questions and challenges that the world will face in 2012 and beyond.
This report offers a series of realistic, practical building blocks for creating the stable operating environment between companies, governments and other stakeholders – essential to a responsible, sustainable future.
CIDA’s Partnership with Mining Companies Fails to Acknowledge and Address the Role of Mining in the Creation of Development Deficits
Mining Watch Canada discusses CIDA's practice of subsidizing Corporate Social Responsibility projects, and the social effects this practice has on the extractive sector.
The primary objective of the analysis was to provide a comprehensive examination of the economic, ecological, political, social and security dimensions of conflict timber in both Asia and Africa