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By Jo M. Render

This evaluation offers a short evaluation of Indigenous peoples' concerns confronted via the mining because it seeks to realize entry to land, perform exploration and, if profitable, increase and deal with a mining operation. It goals to supply suggestions on attainable techniques during this zone for the overseas Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) and the mining to give a contribution to. on the middle of this evaluate are effects from a survey of ICMM company and organization contributors on how they at present outline the problems, the demanding situations they proceed to stand and the ideas on hand to them. the result of the survey are in comparison to how different stakeholders outline the problems, with precedence given to Indigenous peoples and their companies, but in addition extra quite often to improvement associations and practitioners, nongovernmental agencies (NGOs), nationwide governments and traders.
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1. advent
2. heritage
three. Contextual issues
four. neighborhood matters: Reflections on either technique and results
five. Gaps, boundaries and obstacles
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7. current projects and Programmes
eight. Conclusions
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The network could begin the process of identifying existing learning venues, through national or international industry meetings (annual association conferences, mines ministers meetings and so on), and of evaluating existing educational curricula at the university and professional level. 53 Mining and Indigenous Peoples Issues Review About the author Jo Render has been working on issues in corporate social responsibility since 1997. In 2000, she joined First Peoples Worldwide as the lead staff person for their corporate engagement strategy.

Industry respondents also identified several factors that they believed acted as barriers or stumbling blocks in their ability to manage the issues outlined in this review. These included: National governments – Industry seems to agree with Indigenous peoples and many other stakeholders on this issue, but industry is also perceived as being unwilling to engage governments directly on common areas of concern. The rest of the industry – The behaviour of other companies with regard to Indigenous peoples has directly affected business concerns by increasing negotiation time frames and community requests for companies to clean up messes left behind.

A broad effort, with study teams that include Indigenous peoples and sceptics, would go a long way towards building the basis for an effective dialogue. These studies could then provide the basis for engaging in one or more existing initiatives from an informed ICMM-wide position or for launching a new initiative that ICMM helps to lead. Regardless of the approach taken, this step would also begin the process of mutual learning across geographic and company boundaries that many of the respondents asked for.

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