From 9 to 20 January 2017, 26 participants from ten countries are taking part in the fourth annual Asia Pacific Knowledge Hub Training. They are coming from mid-level policy makers from central and local government, activist of NGOs, academia, research institute, experts and other representatives of multi-stakeholders in extractive industries.
"People always expects that the plentiful natural resources, oil and gas and coal, provide positive implications for well-being. If this is not achieved, people will refer to as mismanagement, or some are calling the resource curse," said Hasrul Hanif in Political Clinic, a live broadcast Programa 1 RRI Yogyakarta, on Tuesday (12/1).
The experience of groups of citizen in rejection of mining operation in villages in Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara is the main theme of discussion on Thursday (6/8). The keynote speaker of the discussion is Fr Simon Suban Tukan SVD, Coordinator of the Movement of Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) SVD Ruteng.