Blazing the Path to Formalization, Ghana

Co-Laboratorio Perú

Natural gas projects and local community development in Tanzania

Health Impact Assessment Learning and Development Program, Mongolia

The Relationship Between Local Procurement Strategies of Mining Companies & Their Regulatory Environments, Namibia and South Africa

Capacity-building for multi-level governance of ASM in Indonesia

Integrated Management and Governance in Extractives (IMAGinE) Mongolia

Blazing the Path to Formalization, Ghana

Education for the Transformation of Artisanal to Small-scale Mining, Ecuador (TransMAPE)

The Rise in Conflict Associated with Mining Operations: What Lies Beneath?

The Relationship Between Local Procurement Strategies of Mining Companies and Their Regulatory Environments: A Comparison of South Africa and Namibia

This project examines the local procurement regulatory frameworks of South Africa and Namibia and the extent to which the local procurement strategies of the mining companies that operate within those […]

The Rise in Conflict Associated with Mining Operations: What Lies Beneath?

This study explores the nature and root causes of mining-related conflict. A more systematic understanding of conflict can help all stakeholders to apply preventive rather than reactive measures, and to […]

Deep into the Mud: Ecological and Socio-economic Impacts of the Dam Breach in Mariana, Brazil

CIRDI team members, Kirsten Dales and Bernardo D. Ranieri contributed to this research review of the ecological and socio-economic impacts of the catastrophic dam failure in Mariana, Brazil. Open Access research, […]

Responding to the Commodity Bust: Downturns, Policies and Poverty in Extractive Sector Dependent Countries

  The decline in prices experienced by most extractive commodities since 2011 has strained the economy and public finances of most resource-dependent countries, with implications for poverty reduction. This paper […]