East Africa Oil and Gas Conference: Has it gone bust before the boom?

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 28
9 AM – 5 PM
Rome Auditorium, 1619 Massachusetts Avenue NW
School of Advanced Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Washington, DC

***RSVP REQUIRED***

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Panel 1: “Money and Politics – The political economy of oil/gas in East Africa”
Panel 2: “Land for livelihoods or investments? Community rights in the context of extractives”
Panel 3: “The role of the international community in resource governance in East Africa” 

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Sandy Stash, Vice President of Safety, Sustainability and External Affairs, Tullow Oil
  • Dr. Alex Vines OBE, Head of the Africa Programme, Chatham House
  • Adriano Nuvunga, Executive Director, Centro de Integridade Pública, Mozambique
  • Dr. Don Hubert, President, Resources for Development Consulting
  • Alexandra Gillies, Director of Governance programs, Natural Resource Governance Institute
  • Charles Wanguhu, Coordinator, Kenya Civil Society Platform on Oil and Gas, Kenya
  • Amani Mhinda, Executive Director, HakiMadini, Tanzania
  • Winnie Ngabiirwe, Executive Director, Global Rights Alert, Uganda
  • Mary Warlick, Acting Special Envoy for the Bureau of Energy Resources, US State Department
  • Lien De Brouckere, Deputy Director-Africa region, Rights and Resources Initiative 
  • Margaret Rugadya, Program Officer, Office for Eastern Africa, Ford Foundation
  • Thomas Baunsgaard, Deputy Division Chief, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF
  • Lance Crist, Global Head of Natural Resources, IFC

Detailed agenda can be found here
Full speaker list and bios can be found here

Event jointly sponsored by Oxfam America & African Studies,
School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University

 

                                                         

 

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