10 Years Reflection: Natural Resources, Politics and Development

By Editorial | October 06th, 2017

"Between 11-12, the Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) reflects on its work in Natural Resources Governance (NGR) in the past 10 years. Ahead of an event to mark the reflection, SARW Director, Dr Claude Kabemba, shared some insights."

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