International Senior Lawyers Project

For A Project To Improve The Management Of Oil, Gas, And Mineral Resources In Sub-Saharan Africa

Overview
The International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP) works with developing countries and civil society organizations in sub-Saharan Africa to improve the management of oil, gas, and mineral resources, and to ensure greater transparency in the revenues from those resources. By providing highly experienced lawyers and coordinating pro bono support from global law firms, ISLP helps countries to strengthen their legal, regulatory, and enforcement frameworks for natural resources management. With this grant, ISLP would be able to deepen and expand their advisory services and capacity building support in sub-Saharan Africa.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.islp.org/ 
Address
96 Morton Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10014
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support  
The International Senior Lawyers Project mobilizes a global network of experienced lawyers and law firms to provide pro bono services to developing countries to strengthen their legal, regulatory, and enforcement frameworks. The project also assists local activists and civil society organizations to navigate the legal terrain so that they may participate effectively in decisions affecting their communities, especially decisions involving natural resource management and associated investments, trade, and tax policies. During this grant period, the project will deepen its engagement in three developing countries and develop new tools for advancing just, inclusive, and accountable development.
for general operating support  
The International Senior Lawyers Project mobilizes a worldwide network of highly experienced lawyers and law firms to provide pro bono services to developing countries to strengthen their legal, regulatory, and enforcement frameworks. The project also assists local civil society organizations to navigate the legal terrain so that they may participate effectively in decisions affecting their communities, especially decisions involving natural resource management and associated investment, trade, and tax policies.

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