This factsheet provides a brief overview of the MACRA Tool, which helps users identify and assess the underlying causes of corruption in mining sector awards.
The MACRA Tool fills helps users to identify and assess the underlying causes of corruption in mining sector awards. Available in English, French, Spanish and Mandarin.
The paper highlights key lessons for combatting corruption in the mining sector through effective implementation of the licence allocation disclosure requirements in the EITI Standard. Available in English, French and Spanish.
TIA strongly supports enhanced transparency and accountability in resources sector regulation. Enhanced transparency and accountability measures not only reduce corruption risks, they create more certainty for the industry.
What is the process for awarding mining rights in Kenya? What steps must the company and the government follow?
This research identifies and analyses governance risks associated with the process of granting mineral exploration licences in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Corruption Watch has produced three process maps – two that describe the process of awarding mining licences and one that describes the process of obtaining environmental authorisation to mine.
Mining is an important feature of Zambia’s economy. Copper, cobalt, coal, gold, manganese and emeralds are among its most prominent minerals, accounting for just over 10 per cent of GDP and more than three quarters of total export value.
Diamonds are found in about a quarter of Sierra Leone in the south-east and east of the country. Thousands of mining licences are clustered around the drainage areas of the rivers in the Kong, Kenema and Bo Districts.
Transparency is increasingly becoming a norm in the corporate world. This report provides practical guidance on corporate anti-corruption disclosures