STOPPING CORRUPTION, BEFORE GROUND IS EVEN BROKEN
We are working to strengthen responsible business conduct in the mining sector.
By ensuring the decisions to explore, open and expand new mines are transparent and accountable, we can stop corruption before ground is even broken.
We are working with companies, governments, international organisations and communities to enhance transparency, improve mining sector governance, and raise business integrity standards and ambition.
For over six years, Transparency International’s Accountable Mining programme has been working in partnership with over 20 Transparency International Chapters, from some of the world’s most resource-rich countries, to analyse the best ways to prevent corruption in mining licencing decisions.
We are working to ensure mining sector governance is transparent, accountable and participatory, promotes gender equality, and protects the social and environmental interests of current and future generations. Dive into our work by clicking through the images below.
We are connecting the knowledge and experience from our locally led work across more than 20 countries to global initiatives and company headquarters.
We are collaborating local, regional and global organisations and mining companies to share knowledge, workshop strategies, build networks and work together to stop corruption.
Our research and collaborative approach supports governments, business and civil society organisations prevent and stop corruption in the mining sector.
OUR TOOLS & RESEARCH
Our resources, including reports, briefing papers, factsheets, process maps and interactive online tools share our expertise and experience, from local offices to global fora
The Mining Awards Corruption Risk Assessment (MACRA) Tool
Our key methodological tool has been used across 23 mining jurisdictions and identifies more than 80 common corruption risks.
Anti-corruption guide for junior mining companies
This online interactive guide is designed to help smaller mining companies understand and manage corruption risks during licensing and permitting in high-risk jurisdictions.
Responsible mining business integrity tool
This online interactive self-assessment tool helps mining companies evaluate and strengthen their anticorruption controls and procedures with a focus on project licensing, permitting and acquisitions
Five lessons for building business integrity in the mining sector
This briefing paper highlights a selection of lessons and recommendations from our work with the mining industry