1. Wealth Magazine


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    Wealth Magazine - WM - is an online medium combining investigative and data journalism, advocacy and capacity building. WM is pioneered by Eric Mwamba, former president of the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR). WM’s goal is to create and publish investigative and exclusive news about businesses and individuals exploiting natural resources in the richest parts of Africa. WM offers analysis, opinion and debate on matters that affect community development in Africa and will profile people who make a positive difference both at home and abroad. www.wealthmagazine.org

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    • Avoiding the "Resource Curse" in Tanzania


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      A short video explaining the Spring 2014 Capstone project for 13 graduate students advised by Professor Jenik Radon at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. The project explores how the government of Tanzania can protect itself against the "resource curse" and ensure its natural gas revenues benefit all Tanzanians. Shot and produced by Jefferson Mok © 2014

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      • African Studies Workshop @ Harvard Conference 2013 featuring Dr. Keith Breckenridge


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        On April 26, 2013, Dr. Keith Breckenridge, Associate Professor at Wits Institute for Social & Economic Research, University of Witswatersrand, presented "Revenge of the Commons: South Africa and the Resource Curse."

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        • Aggrey Tisa Sabuni, 28th September 2012


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          Interview with Aggrey Tisa Sabuni, Economics Advisor to President Salva Kiir of South Sudan

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          • Wanna be rich? Careful... SHERPA watches out for corruption!


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            www.asso-sherpa.org This animation casts an ironic look upon corruption to remind, on the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, that illicit accumulation of wealth by political and economical leaders worldwide is a direct cause of poverty. Legal tools exist to tackle corruption and recover stolen goods, but political and judicial obstacles remain. SHERPA, a not for profit French organisation, fights for the recovery and return of stolen wealth to victim nations. We need your help : please watch, listen, comment and spread! Thanks! Coming soon : SHERPA's Handbook for civil society on asset recovery. The animation was designed by Thomas Hémery (@thomscotch).

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            • Ghana: Will oil mean jobs?


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              • Blessing or Curse: Oil and Uganda's Future (Excerpt)


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                2 minute excerpt of a 20 minute documentary on the natural resource curse in Africa, produced in order to educate Ugandan voters and Parliament on issues surrounding oil policy in their country. The film was broadcast on Ugandan television and thousands of copies were distributed via grassroots methods to villages that have little access to media.

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