Due Date: July 20, 2019
Applications are welcomed for the NRGI Advancing Accountable Resource Governance in Asia Pacific 2019 The Advancing Accountable Resource Governance in Asia Pacific is a yearly course collectively assembled by the Natural deposit Governance Institute and Gadjah Mada University’s Department of Politics and Federal Government (PolGov). Held because 2013, this course has actually represented a distinct training for essential stars associated with resource governance in their nations.
It is specifically created for individuals from different backgrounds, consisting of those from the federal government, civil society, academic community, media, legislature, state-owned business, the economic sector and regional neighborhoods. Throughout the course, individuals will be exposed to the difficulties surrounding the oil, gas and mining markets, and take part in interactive knowing and thorough conversations with one another on the methods that might be executed in their particular nations. The course will likewise cover conversations around subnational resource governance and comprehending the difficulties of promoting openness and responsibility in resource-rich locations.
In this year’s edition, the curriculum has actually been upgraded. It will consist of subjects such as:
- Service and geological factors to consider of drawing out resources
- Social and ecological worry about regard to oil, gas and mining activities
- Legal and financial structures for resource governance finest practice
- Macroeconomic structure and policy alternatives for handling resources at the nationwide and subnational levels
- State-owned business and sovereign wealth funds: the instructions of resource governance
- Alternatives for resource earnings sharing in between nationwide and subnational federal governments
- Function of anticorruption authorities’ and residents’ tracking in avoiding corruption in the extractives sector
- Post-extractivism: Lowering financial reliance on extraction
- Handling disputes and person expectations with regard to oil, gas and mining extractions
- Civil society advocacy motions to guarantee sustainability of the sector
- Course charge is USD 1,500 inclusive of tuition, course pamphlet, regional transport (airport choice and drop, and sightseeing tour), meals and lodging (twin-sharing space) throughout the course. The charge does not consist of visa costs or return travel costs from individual’s place.
- 10 complete scholarships are used on an extremely competitive basis to individuals from the concern nations. These scholarships cover the course charge, visa expense and return air travel.
- Open to individuals from different backgrounds, consisting of those from the federal government, civil society, academic community, media, legislature, state-owned business, the economic sector and regional neighborhoods
- This intermediate-level course will appropriate for experts and mid-level supervisors looking for to improve their capability with regard to their operate in resource governance, particularly on the extractives choice chain, sustainable advancement and finest practices that are executed in other nations.
- Applicants from Cambodia, Indonesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Timor-Leste and Vietnam are particularly motivated to use. Nevertheless, prospective individuals from other nations that become part of or outside the Asia-Pacific area are welcome to use, too.
Choice is competitive. Interested candidates need to finish an application and send together with the following:
- Curriculum vitae
- Copy of passport
- Support/recommendation letter from manager
- A brief initial video (3 minutes) or an essay (1,500 words) discussing your background, why the committee must pick you, and what contributions you can make to enhance resource governance in your particular field after finishing the course.
Please send out the above documents/link to files to [email protected] with a topic: Aspachub 2019 Course Application– [applicant’s name] no behind July 20, 2019. Just shortlisted candidates will be called for more interviews.
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