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MINING COMMUNITIES’ PERCEPTIONS OF CORPORATE

MINING COMMUNITIES’ PERCEPTIONS OF CORPORATE

This research is aimed at unearthing local mining communities understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility, and finding out the perceptions of the local communities about some CSR initiatives by the mining companies RESEARCH METHODOLOGY For the study purpose, a descriptive research design was adopted. The research employed the

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Community perceptions of mining : the rural South African

Community perceptions of mining : the rural South African

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) specifically calls on mining companies to also respond to their other stakeholders (employees, customers, affected communities and the general public) with regard to issues such as climate change, human rights and employee welfare and not only to its shareholders

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CoverPage Community perceptions of mining

CoverPage Community perceptions of mining

landform changes and ecological impacts. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) specifically calls on mining companies to also respond to their other stakeholders (employees, customers, affected communities and the general public) with regard to issues such as climate change, human rights and employee welfare and not only to its shareholders

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(PDF) Corporate social responsibility in the mining

(PDF) Corporate social responsibility in the mining

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore how and what drives corporate social responsibility (CSR) in host communities of mining companies in developing countries

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LOCAL PERCEPTION OF THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE

LOCAL PERCEPTION OF THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE

The purpose of this study was to analyse the local perception of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of the mining companies on local community development in Fetakgomo-Tubatse Local Municipality, Limpopo, South Africa, adopting a qualitative research method. Interview transcripts and field notes represented the primary data

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Eliciting Drivers of Community Perceptions of Mining

Eliciting Drivers of Community Perceptions of Mining

Sustainable mining has received much attention in recent years as a consequence of the negative impacts of mining and public awareness. The aim of this paper is to provide mining companies guidance on improving the sustainability of their sites through effective community engagement based on recent advances in the literature. It begins with a review of the literature on sustainable

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(PDF) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the mining

(PDF) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the mining

The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes of mining companies tend to focus on community initiatives as their impact in economic, social and

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Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility

Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility

volved in communities for many decades. Mining ... formed the pillar of economic growth, given the country’s endowment of mineral resources. To deal with the negative perception of mines, the mines responded ... be due to the fact that most mining companies have only seen CSR as

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The Practice of Mining Companies in Building Relationships

The Practice of Mining Companies in Building Relationships

Jan 01, 2013 It is worth analysing the approach of mining companies to maintain positive relationships with local communities and local government according to the principles of CSR, taking into account not only the applicable laws or rules of conduct developed in this area, but also potential differences emerging on the basis of the approach to CSR, the

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Dynamics of community perceptions, common

Dynamics of community perceptions, common

peaceful co-existence between mining companies and communities; underscoring the importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR). Using Newmont Ghana Gold Ltd (NGGL) at Ahafo as a case study, this paper explores the dynamics of community perceptions in mining industry compensation practices, highlighting the case of common resources

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Examining Host Communities’ Perceptions on Trust Funds

Examining Host Communities’ Perceptions on Trust Funds

Oct 23, 2020 Oct 23, 2020 Except for McElroy (2012), who studied the relationship between the normative and business case motivations for mining companies’ CSR activities using trust funds as the case, little empirical evidence is available on the success of trust funds as mining companies’ CSR strategies at local community level in resource-rich developing

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Dynamics of community perceptions, common resources and

Dynamics of community perceptions, common resources and

Apr 23, 2018 Only a few studies such as Kidido et al. ... Mining and corporate social responsibility. ... The divergence between communities’ perceptions and mining company compensation practices can lead to conflicts and these can threaten the social license of mining companies to operate in communities. It is therefore important that both government and

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Journal website: www. TOWARDS SOCIALLY

Journal website: www. TOWARDS SOCIALLY

Due to this, mining companies in the Philippines scramble to find the mineral richness of the country. However, to make sure that the communities where mining companies operate are protected, the Philippine government has instituted stricter measures that include policies that imposed corporate social responsibility programs

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Shifting sands: changes in community perceptions of mining

Shifting sands: changes in community perceptions of mining

Jun 16, 2013 The contribution of mining to the Ghanaian economy has been substantial. The mining sector is currently a major foreign exchange earner and contributes to long-term capital formation and fiscal payment to the state. However, the industry continues to have adverse consequences on the lives of local community dwellers, most of whom are often unprepared to deal with these impacts

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