Improving the Governance of Extractive Industry: Asia Pacific Knowledge Hub Training Course 28 April - 10 May 2014, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
The course, delivered in English, is open to civil society organizations, policymakers, members of EITI multi- stakeholder groups, state-owned enterprise staff, and professionals involved in the oil, gas and mining sectors in the Asia Pacific region.
The comprehensive course lasts two weeks and is facilitated by regional and international experts. The course focuses on issues that are relevant to extractive industries governance in the Asia Pacific region. These include; socio-environmental impacts; revenue management; fiscal regimes and contracts; building coalitions for reforms; and expanding the disclosure requirements of the EITI.
International Agencies can sponsor their partners to attend this course. Self-paying participants are also welcome. A limited number of scholarships is available for outstanding candidates from civil society organizations. Participants have come from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Timor Leste, and Vietnam
The course includes interactive lectures by leading experts, focus group discussions, practical exercises, a field trip, and mentoring program for the class after the course. Course sessions combine theoretical concepts with practical techniques, including knowledge and experience sharing among participants.
To learn more
- Read the most recent call for applications here
- Read and Download the 2014 Course brochure here
- Read a summary of the last edition of the course here