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Natural riches? Perspectives on responsible natural resource management in conflict-affected countries

Natural riches? Perspectives on responsible natural resource management in conflict-affected countries

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Report from the World Economic Forum (Switzerland, 3 June 2013).
Report from the World Economic Forum (Switzerland, 3 June 2013).

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Natural Riches?Perspectives on ResponsibleNatural Resource Managementin Conict-aected Countries
The Network o Global Agenda Councils
 
Published by World Economic Forum,Geneva, Switzerland, 2013 All rights reserved. No part o this publication may bereproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted,in any orm or by any means, electronic, mechanical,photocopying, or otherwise without the priorpermission o the World Economic Forum.World Economic Forum91-93 route de la CapiteCH-1223 Cologny/GenevaSwitzerland Tel.: +41 (0) 22 869 1212Fax: +41 (0) 22 786 2744contact@weorum.orgwww.weorum.org
 
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Natural Riches? Perspectives on Responsible Natural Resource Management in Confict-aected Countries
Contents
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Preace,
Terry Heymann, Director, Responsible Gold, World Gold Council 
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1. Introduction,
Dan Smith, Secretary-General, International Alert 
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2. Natural Resource Management as Part o the Development Agenda,
Herbert M’cleod, Adviser to the Government o Sierra Leone
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3. International Approaches: Overview o Key Factors and Approaches in Natural Resource Management,
 Anne Gloor, Director and Co-Founder, PeaceNexus
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4. Legal and Regulatory Framework and Contract Design,
Gerald Pachoud, Special Adviser, United Nations Peacebuilding Support Ofce
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5. Essentials: Transparency and Accountability across the Resource Chain,
Patrick Alley, Co-Founder and Co-Director, Global Witness
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6. Security and Human Rights,
 Andrew Vickers, Vice-President, NGO and Stakeholder Relations, Royal Dutch Shell 
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7. An Institutional Framework or Natural Resource Management,
Clare Lockhart, Director, The Institute or State Eectiveness and The Market Building Initiative, Aspen Institute
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8. Fostering Dialogue across Stakeholders in Natural Resource Management,
Britt Banks, Adjunct Proessor, School o Law, University o Colorado
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9. Community Engagement and Environmental Management,
Mely Caballero-Anthony, Head, Centre or Non-Traditional Security Studies (NTS Centre), RSIS, and Associate Proessor, Nanyang Technological University 
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10. Stimulating Broader Social and Economic Development rom Natural Resources,
 Anton Misud-Bonnici, Advocate, Ofce o the Chie o Sta, BP International 
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11. Conclusion: The Road Ahead,
David Harland, Executive Director, Centre or Humanitarian Dialogue and Thant Myint-U, Chairman, Yangon Heritage Trust 
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 Annex: Overview o Stages, Issues and Key Guidelines Relevant or Governments
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Endnotes
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Reerences

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