Mongolia’s long-awaited draft Extractive Industries Transparency Law is an opportunity for the country to plug the gaps that leave its mining sector exposed to conflicts of interests and corruption.
TI chapters are working to have their governments introduce rigorous beneficial ownership and integrity due diligence as part of the licensing process.
We know the process of awarding mining permits in Mongolia is not corruption-free. But how does this affect women differently to men? TI-Mongolia looks into this relationship.
Our colleagues from Transparency International offices in Kenya, Australia and Mongolia provide a snapshot of their work preventing corruption in the mining sector.