The Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF) and the Canadian International Resources and Development Institute (CIRDI) announced on June 20, 2018, the signing of a Memorandum […]
The Canadian International Resources and Development Institute (CIRDI) has provided input to the Code of Risk Mitigation for Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Engaging in Formal Trade (CRAFT) in response to […]
Following two previous missions for consultation with government and community to identify technical assistance needs, CIRDI recently completed its first technical field mission to Bebara and Bebarama (January 24th […]
Through CIRDI’s Supporting the Ministry of Mines (SUMM) Ethiopia project, a delegation of twelve representatives from Ethiopia’s Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas and Geological Survey of Ethiopia […]
Join Rob Stevens, Tony Andrews and other Canadian and international experts for an informative workshop: Mining conflict pathways and the roles of government, industry, communities and NGOs on Wednesday, […]
Learn about the Ethiopian government’s systemic approach to mineral sector reform and development in this Global Business Reports interview with Isabeau Vilandre, director of CIRDI’s Supporting the Ministry of Mines (SUMM), […]
RT @TI_Canada: Accountable #Mining field sites, for research, were chosen based on key characteristics such as access to key informants, ease of geographic access and likelihood of exposure to key concepts of concern.
Read more about the process & results here: https://t.co/j2pQxAnIschttps://t.co/3qSbHpjXfH
A hearty congratulation to @UBC's @DrRashidSumaila on his appointment as a Killam Professor! CIRDI was honoured to work w/ Dr. Sumaila as Faculty Lead on our CPAS 2020 course, and we're thrilled at this acknowledgement of his tremendous work on ocean conservation and economics.