The Eurasia EI Knowledge Hub is announcing training course on “Natural Resource Governance Decision Chain” planned for March 29- April 05 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The ultimate goal of the course is to deliver skills and knowledge to government officials, parliamentary staff, CSOs, academia and media representatives that will help them to explore most effective scenarios for transforming extractive wealth into sustained prosperity.
Based on the Natural Resource Charter, this decision chain course helps participants to understand the linkages between extractive sector transparency, accountability and management issues as an integrated system.
Participants of the course will be actively engaged in in-depth analysis and practical implementation scenarios associated with three components: domestic foundations for resource governance; the chain of economic decisions required to manage resources for prosperity; and the international foundations for resource governance.
The course will cover following topics:
Exploration and license allocation
Local effects from extractive operations
State Owned Enterprises
Managing volatile revenues
Government spending and investing for sustainable development
The Course will be delivered by the trainers of Natural Resource Governance Institute and Eurasia Hub. Simultaneous translation English/Russian will be provided.
The course is open (with coverage of all expenses) for officials, academicians, CSO and mass media representatives of Mongolia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine and Tajikistan. Representatives of international organizations, foundations, companies and individuals can also apply paying a course fee. The fee is $1450, excluding airfare.
Applicants willing to participate in the training program, should complete and send application form in the link not later than February 20, 2018. For more information, please contact Nazaket Azimli at email@example.com