Investigate Malawi’s Oil Contracts President should not approve addendum to 30-year agreements Lilongwe, 27 February 2017 – On 12 May 2014, eight days before the elections, the Minister of Mining signed production sharing agreements for three of Malawi’s petroleum blocks.
https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/01/25/malawi-information-bill-aids-mining-communities For Immediate Release Malawi: Information Bill Aids Mining Communities President Should Sign and Put Protections into Effect (Lilongwe, January 25, 2017) – Malawi’s recently passed information bill could help communities affected by the extractive industries get information about related
Citizens For Justice-Malawi as part of the Natural Resources Justice Network and Publish What You Pay Malawi wrote to UNESCO because we are concerned the government is allowing oil exploration in Lake Malawi National Park. The government has still not
This week our Head of Accountability, Policy and Programmes is participating in the Africa Mining Vision Civil Society Forum, see Rachel’s post below (originally posted on Mining in Malawi). Sixty civil society representatives have gathered today in Nairobi, Kenya, for the
Every two to three years, there is a global gathering of civil society, government institutions and company representatives at the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Global Conference. This year, Citizens for Justice’s Executive Director Reinford Mwangonde and Head of Accountability, Policy