Times are changing in Burma. Once it was risky to even say her name, now you can buy an Aung Sun Suu Kyi t-shirt on the streets of Yangon. Suu Kyi has long been a symbol of hope for Burmese people; David Cameron described her as a “shining example for people who yearn for freedom, more »
Recent blog posts
- Shell, BG, and keeping the lights on in Tunisia
- Open modeling will help governments, whether they admit it or not
- Public interest models: a powerful tool for the advocacy agenda
- Public interest modeling is the entry point, not the grand finale, of transparency work
- Modeling: Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good
Blog contributed by Jay Park, a partner with Norton Rose, who will be one of the 'sprinters' in our booksprint initiative to write "How to Read and Understand Oil Contracts". Zara Rahman's recent blog post described OpenOil's initiative to do a 'booksprint' to write a book about "How to Read and Understand an Oil Contract". I am pleased to be a part of this initiative.