An initiative of Oxfam in collaboration with AMI
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An initiative of Oxfam in collaboration with AMI
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Day 1
Day 2
DAY 1: Moderator – Julie Gichuru
TIME TOPIC FACILITATOR
0900 – 0915 Welcome Remarks Peter Kamalingin
Oxfam HECA
0915 – 0945 Opening Remarks Mr John Munyes,
Cabinet Secretary-Ministry of Petroleum and Mining, Kenya
0945 – 1015 Setting the Context- The political economy of extractive industries development in East Africa in the region Godber Tumushabe,
Associate Director, Great Lakes Institute for Strategic Studies (GLISS), Uganda
1015 – 1045

Break

1045 – 1245 SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF EXTRACTIVES
Panel Discussion
 
 
  • Involuntary displacement and resettlement- Lessons from Uganda
Winfred Ngabiirwe, Executive Director, Global Rights Alert
 
  • Reflections on the Lamu Community and LAPSETT legal case
Rose Birgen– Programme Manager, Extractives and Infrastructure,  Natural Justice
 
  • The LNG project in Tanzania- What have been the early concerns?
Hamis Juma, LGA, Ward Executive Officer, Lindi
 
  • A Continental/Sub-Regional View of Socio-Economic and Environmental Impacts
Titus Gwemende– Southern Africa Regional Advisor on Extractives, Oxfam
1245 – 1300 Key Regional Trends on Social and Environmental Extractives Impacts Convenors
1300 – 1400

Lunch

1400 – 1530 SECURING EXTRACTIVE BENEFITS
Panel Discussion
 
 
  • The Utility and Limits of Extractive Industry Revenue Forecasting
Silas Olang, Africa Co-Director, Natural Resource Governance Institute
 
  • Lessons on Contract transparency campaigning
Charles Wanguhu– Coordinator, Kenya Civil Society Platform on Oil and Gas, Kenya
 
  • Extractive Industries Revenues: A Feminist Perspective
Crystal Simeoni– Head of Advocacy, FEMNET
 
  • A continental perspective on securing a fair share of EI revenues
Alvin Mosioma, Executive Director, Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJNA-A)
1530 – 1600

A ‘Fireside’ Chat- Experiences on Supporting extractives governance reform in Southern Africa- Lessons for East Africa.

Dr. Claude Kabemba, Executive Director, Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW)
1600 – 1615 Key Regional Trends on Securing Extractive Industries Benefits Convenors
1615

CLOSE OF DAY 1

TIME TOPIC FACILITATOR
0900 – 0930

Day 1 Recap

Convenors
0930 – 0945 The role of the media in EI governance in the region
’Fireside’ Chat – Regional media coverage on EI
Eric Chinje
Julie Gichuru – Facilitator
0945 – 1100

Plenary Discussion

  • Main biases and challenges in reporting of EI in the region (motivations, hindrances, gaps)
  • Space and role of the media in influencing citizen engagement, transparency and policy change (Possibly focus on one case study of best practice)
  • Opportunities and support areas/key commitments

 

Julie Gichuru – Facilitator
Victor Bwire – Media Council of Kenya
Charles Onyango-Obbo – Media personality/Renown blogger

 

1100 – 1130

Break

 
1130 – 1230 Next Steps/Wrap Up  
1230 – Closing Remarks Lydia Zigomo – Oxfam HECA Regional Director
1300 – 1500 Post Event -Action Planning Convenors