Women’s Absence, Women’s Power

Publicado en Further Reading, Recursos

This article draws from Dr. O’Faircheallaigh’s direct experience supporting negotiated agreements between indigenous communities and companies in Australia and Canada, reflecting on the role of women in negotiations, specific conditions … Read More

Why Gender Matters

Publicado en Further Reading, Recursos

Rio Tinto’s 2010 report on gender considerations, “Why Gender Matters”, is a resource guide on the gendered impacts of mining, including with regard to negotiations and consultations, socioeconomic and environmental … Read More

Social Aspects of Mine Closures

The University of Queensland, with several industry partners, has formed a three-year consortium to research the social, political, economic, and dynamics associated with mine closure and related transitions for communities.

Dr. Deanna Kemp provided a webinar overview of social aspects of closure to the FPIC Dialogue in September 2019. You may view a recording of the presentation here:… Read More

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