Dialogue justification: There is growing recognition that persistent structural gender inequality within the extractive industries continues to undermine women’s rights and the development potential of the sector. Women face systemic discrimination in all phases of an extractive industries project and all along the EI value chain. Entrenched gender bias not only prevents women from engaging […]


Policy Forum in collaboration with HAKIRASILIMALI warmly welcomes you to the monthly breakfast debate on “One Year of the Tanzania Extractive Industry (Accountability & Transparency) Act 2015″. Flyer

On the last Friday of every month, Policy Forum holds the People and Policy Debates. This is an informal discussion over Breakfast aimed at providing a forum to broaden public understanding and debate on a topical policy issue. The debates are held at the British Council Auditorium in Dar es Salaam city centre from 7:30 […]

The Interfaith Standing Committee on Economic Justice and the Integrity of Creation, in collaboration with HakiMadini, the Oil and Natural Gas Environmental Alliance (ONGEA), Policy Forum, Revenue Watch Institute (RWI) and the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) are organising the 2nd Tanzania Alternative Mining Conference in Dar es Salaam slated for the 13th – 14th of […]

Policy Forum, in collaboration with the Interfaith Standing Committee on Economic Justice and Integrity of Creation, is organising the Tanzania Alternative Mining conference in Arusha from the 18th to 21st of October, 2011 under the Theme: The state of Mining in Tanzania. This conference will be held concurrently with the Ministry of Energy & Minerals’ […]

HakiMadini, with the support from Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, is looking forward to host the Tanzania National Mining Symposium on 18-20th of May 2011. The symposium will be held in Dar es Salaam, with intention of bringing together 70 representatives from different institutions involved in Tanzania’s extractive industry. Participants will include Civil Society, Government, Members of […]