GOMA, DRC — The Africa Progress Panel, a research organization chaired by former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, says most Africans are not getting a fair deal out of their countries natural resources. In its annual report, the panel highlights ... VOA News, 4 days ago
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Join us May 23 at 6:30 pm for a live discussion between editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail, John Stackhouse, and former Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan. The two will be discussing sectarian division around the world and how ...Globe and Mail, 2 days ago
The Democratic Republic of Congo lost at least $725m (£612.2m) in potential revenues between 2010 and 2012 as a result of miner ENRC undervaluing state assets, a panel led by former UN secretary general Kofi Annan has alleged. Five mining deals, ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago Eurasian Natural Resources blasted in Africa report StockHouse USA, 1 week ago Report blasts ENRC for Congo deals Commodities Now, 1 week ago Congo loses out on $1.4 bln as mine assets sold cheap -Annan panel Reuters, 1 week ago
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A meeting with 33 ministers and the plenary WSIS+10 Visioning session with Kofi Annan at the WSIS Forum 2013 were a prominent opportunity for Janis Karklins, UNESCO's Assistant Director-General for , to promote the results of the UNESCO hosted ...UNESCO, 4 days ago INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION: ITU partners with Kofi Annan Foundation and One Young World to launch Kofi Annan Dialogues: LIVE at WSIS Forum 2013 BusinessWeek, 5 days ago ITU partners with Kofi Annan Foundation and One Young World to launch 'Kofi Annan Dialogues: LIVE' at WSIS Forum 2013 Individual.com, 5 days ago 12 May 2013 - Press Release: ITU partners with Kofi Annan Foundation and One Young World to launch 'Diálogos con Kofi Annan: en directo' en el Foro de la CMSI de 2013 ITU, 5 days ago
A point frequently returned to throughout the World Economic Forum on Africa has been the inescapability of the fact that Africas economy will be shaped by its reserves of natural resources for the foreseeable future. Introducing the 2013 Africa ...Daily Maverick, 1 week ago VIDEO: Annan: Africa 'not getting fair deal' BBC, 1 week ago Annan: Africa 'not getting fair deal' BBC, 1 week ago Clamping down on corruption in Africa's extractive industries INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES Polity.org.za, 4 days ago
NGOs have repeatedly highlighted the issue of individual grabs of lands and of rents. But do NGOs extol our rights to a fair share of Earth and of her worth? These two 2013 excerpts are from the BBC on May 10 and 13, the latter by J. Head. Kofi ...Progree Report, 5 days ago Annan calls for global rules on transparency and taxation Legalbrief, 5 days ago Kofi Annan: Africa plundered by secret mining deals Frontier Post, 1 week ago Africa losing billions of US dollars to outside in tax evasion, secret mining deals and financial transfers Vatican Radio, 1 week ago
Tshepo Tsheole, Cape Town chairperson Kofi Annan says the launch of the Africa Progress Report 2013 is about talk on aspirations and opportunities for Africa, about the continent's potential wealth, the moral and economic imperative to share the ...SABC, 1 week ago Annan group says Congo lost $1.4bn on sales of mine sales Industry Leaders Magazine, 1 week ago Kofi Annan to launch Africa Progress Report Friday GhanaHomePage, 1 week ago EITI Chair welcomes African Progress Panel report on extractives Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, 5 days ago
Sunday 0 0 0 0 MARKAR ESAYAN email@example.com Former UN Special Envoy for Syria Kofi Annan said right before his resignation from this post, The Syrian crisis is not like Libya; the war in Syria will have a spillover effect. Annan made this ...Zaman, 1 week ago
ENRC brokers Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley exit the crisis-hit miner as Kofi Annan report criticises deals
ENRC's brokers Deutsche Bank (Xetra: 514000 - news) and Morgan Stanley (Xetra: 885836 - news) have walked away from the crisis-hit miner, adding to the turmoil around the group now under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). The exit of ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago
Uganda should open its secret agreements with foreign oil firms up for public scrutiny and carefully re-evaluate whether building a refinery at home to process crude oil is economically viable, a senior development specialist has said.The government ...Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 week ago Kofi Annan team ties Africas problems to weak&. . . Equities.com, 1 week ago
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