An Oxfam learning review provides lessons for effective citizen advocacy on public resources.
Communities displaced from their land by oil, gas, and mining projects need more than financial compensation. Recent projects and studies in Tanzania show why.
For refugees, it's the memories they carry and the objects they treasure that help connect us all.
New East African oil pipeline may win political hearts, but has the potential to put communities at great risk.
Research suggests that to achieve greater accountability for revenue generated through industries like mining in developing countries, we need to get much more political.
Creating lasting impact for smallholder farmers is a longstanding question in international development. We've seen some progress, but we need to think more creatively.