The IGF Secretariat provides capacity-building training and workshops to member countries upon request.
We design capacity building and training programs to improve our developing country members’ skills, knowledge, and abilities to implement and maintain good governance in mining that considers the full environmental, social, and economic context.
We work with local and regional experts to ensure programs reflect on-the-ground perspectives and realities.
A four-day workshop for government officials in Bamako, Mali covering diagnosing legal and policy gaps, best practices, case studies related to ESIAs and closure in the mining sector.
The IGF developed and delivered a training program on Advancing Women’s Participation in Mining Consultations, at the request of Argentina.
The IGF held a workshop in Mexico City focused on the topics of Indigenous consultation and mine closure.
A workshop for West African countries on ESIAs and environmental and social auditing in the mining sector.
A virtual training workshop for Africa focusing on international taxation and its application to the extractives sector.