Analysis and Evaluation of Existing Initiatives, Mechanisms, and Standards - Reform and Enhancement of Existing Initiatives to Incorporate China - Further Perspectives and Visions for Sustainable Investments in the African Resource Sector
Transparent, sustainable, fair, and just governance of natural resources is a key for peace and sustainable development worldwide. “To Have and Have Not – Resource Governance in the 21st Century” is an international civil society Memorandum.
Higher and more stable agricultural commodity prices are a necessary condition for the agriculture sector to become an effective force in the socioeconomic growth of the less and least developed countries. Trade liberalisation cannot deliver this. What are the alternatives?
By Daniel G. De La Torre Ugarte
The Global Issue Papers series presents studies and essays on different areas of globalisation such as ressource governance, sustanable development and energy policy. Most of the papers are in English.
The Heinrich Böll Foundation has organised a dialogue between civil society organisations from traditional resource demanders, resource-rich countries in sub-Saharan Africa, and actors from the emerging economies. The major output is the Memorandum “To Have And Have Not”.