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Feb 23, 2012 · “CSR represents mining companies of the future The mining industry, more than any other, is aware of the problems more than other industries and understands the impacts of the past” - …

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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS ROLE IN …

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to strategies corporations or firms conduct their business in a way that is ethical, society friendly and beneficial to community in terms of development

Mining Community Development Agreements

corporate social responsibility (CSR) principles This document describes some of the main considerations and processes regarding the development and implementation of these strategies, specifically in relation to Community Development Agreements (CDAs) In the last few years the World Bank Oil, Gas and Mining Unit has worked to analyze CDAs

PROFILES OF THE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR

PROFILES OF THE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) PRACTICES OF PHILIPPINE MINING FIRMS1 Introduction The increased awareness of environmental impacts, the socio-economic implications of mining and a downturn in productivity, have highlighted the need for mining companies to adjust their business management process

Institutionalising Corporate Social Responsibility for

2 Csr, Mining And Community Development Corporate social responsibility (CSR) emerged in the 1950s (Carroll, 1999; Carroll and Beiler, 1977; Bowen, 1953 cited in Garriga and Mele´, 2004) but it remains an emerging and elusive idea for academics, and a

The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in

3 CSR and Community Development, an Explication and Retrospective Review 31 The Corporate Social Responsibility, the Explication and Theories Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept which has become a dominant in corporate financial reporting (David et al, 2008)

‘Cursed’ Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR

‘Cursed’ Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Company Towns and the Mining Industry in Namibia mining often represents the only viable option such com-munities have for socio-economic development However, including mine closure and mining community development and sustainability In relation to mine closure,

Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry

In Argentina, there is a widespread public perception that CSR is a green-wash, and companies use CSR as rhetoric to promote corporate image without delivering long-term benefits for the communities It is seen as a manipulative tool to achieve corporate goals—companies by investing in community development are ‘buying’ the public support

Corporate Social Responsibility in Resource Mining

Corporate Social Responsibility in Resource Mining June 2013 Take Home Message • Early child development is not a priority of social responsibility for mining companies • There are two ways that companies provide support to communities: hands-on approach and passive approach

Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry

In Argentina, there is a widespread public perception that CSR is a green-wash, and companies use CSR as rhetoric to promote corporate image without delivering long-term benefits for the communities It is seen as a manipulative tool to achieve corporate goals—companies by investing in community development are ‘buying’ the public support

Corporate Social Responsibility in Resource Mining

Corporate Social Responsibility in Resource Mining June 2013 Take Home Message • Early child development is not a priority of social responsibility for mining companies • There are two ways that companies provide support to communities: hands-on approach and passive approach

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN ThE mININg …

CSR IN MINING SuPPORTING lOCAl DEvElOPMENT CORPORATE SOCIAl RESPONSIBIlITY IN THE MINING SECTOR IN ZIMBABWE CSR INCREASING vAluE IN ZIMBABWE MINING 22 26 8 Corporate Social Responsibility For Broad Based Empowerment In The Mining Industry

Mining and community development: problems and

Mining and community development 201 argue that companies should only be judged on core business impacts, rather than their ‘voluntary’ development contributions

Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Community by

Abstract Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to strategies corporations or firms conduct their business in a way that is ethical, society friendly and beneficial to community in terms of development

David Littlewood - ResearchGate

This article examines Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and mining community development, sustainability and viability These issues are considered focussing on current and former company

The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in

context existing literature and actual facts on the role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in community development The paper reveals that between 2001 and 2005 the mining Transnational Corporations (TNCs) along spent about US$ 2094 million for various community development projects through CSR

Mining companies’ role in sustainable development: the

238 R Hamann contributing to sustainable development CSR calls for a company to respond not only to its shareholders, but also to other stakeholders, including employees, customers,

THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) …

therefore discusses the role of CSR in community development since the crux of CSR is towards seeing its impacts in the community Finally, conclusion and the implication of the work for further studies are discussed Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, community development, multinational corporations, corporate-society relations

MINING COMMUNITIES’ PERCEPTIONS OF CORPORATE

than mining companies obeying only the laws governing mining in Ghana Based on the results of the survey analysis, implications are drawn and recommendations made for managers of mining companies Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR, Mining Communities, Mining Companies, Welfare, Perception INTRODUCTION

Community perceptions of sustainable development

Community perceptions of sustainable development: implications for an approach to closure mining TM Nell 24329649 Mini-dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Magister Degree in Management and Development: Corporate Social Responsibility at the Potchefstroom Campus of the North-West University

Corporate Social Responsibility: Case Study of Community

Corporate Social Responsibility: Case Study of Community Expectations and the Administrative Systems, Niger Delta David Ogula Apollos University, Huntington Beach, CA, USA Poor community-company relations in the Niger Delta hadrawn ve attention to the practice of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the region

Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Industries by

The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes of mining companies tend to focus on community initiatives as their impact in economic, social and environmental terms is felt greatest at the local level However, the effectiveness of CSR initiatives in the oil, gas and mining sectors has been increasingly questioned

Perception of CSR in Public & Private Companies

Perception of CSR in Public & Private Companies Case: Itella & Lidl Finland Number of pages and appendices 79 + 2 Teacher/s or supervisor/s Dr Evariste Habiyakare Corporate social responsibility has become an improtant and key concept for today’s organizations CSR refers to voluntarily behave in an ethical manner and contribute to

Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility in Zambia: A

CSR in community development Although there is no one common definition of community development, for this research it is considered to be the provision of social services such as education and health facilities as well as economic opportunities Many companies in Zambia

The Role of CSR in Development: A Case Study Involving the

the sustainable development of a community, I am specifically concerned with whether the company’s CSR programs will allow the community and its members to continue to prosper beyond the life of the mine Thus far most of the research on the role of CSR in development focuses on the contribution CSR can make to development at the macro level

International CSR | The Mining Association of Canada

An example of this is the Devonshire Initiative, which is a forum for leading international development NGOs and mining companies to collaborate on improving community development outcomes where Canadian mining companies operate overseas

Corporate Responsibility in Peace building, Conflict

Corporate Responsibility in Peace building, Conflict Prevention and Development: The Role of the Mining Sector in Ghana Cover Page Footnote First, I am most grateful to Kenneth S Aikins (PhD), Institute for Development, University of Cape Coast for grooming me, especially in the skill of writing

Corporate Social Responsibility – Towards a Sustainable Future

To present a white paper titled “Corporate Social Responsibility: Towards a Sustainable Future” This white paper provides a comprehensive understand-ing of how corporate social responsibility has evolved as a concept and the reasons that encourage companies in India to be socially responsible

COMMUNITY SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STRATEGIES

The Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility and Reputation Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is “an obligation to pursue those policies, to make those decisions, or to follow those lines of action that are desirable in terms of objectives and values of our society (Bowen, 1953, p44)

CoverPage Community perceptions of mining - DSPACE

perception can also be seen in the South African mining industry, as reflected in various media reports on high profile, and often violent, community protests and labour disputes in the mining industry

Social impacts of mining at a local community level and

Social impacts of mining at a local community level and the role of CSR for long-term sustainability the large scale mining operation However, one of the main reasons for the lagged business development is the limited availability of human resources It appears that people moving

Community Development And Corporate Social Responsibility

The CSR activities of NTPC can be broadly classified into three types – Rehabilitation and Resettlement (R&R) of project affected persons (PAPs), Environmental initiatives, and Community Development programs for PAPs (once the R&R is completed) and other communities

Community relations and mining: Core to business but not

Community relations and development (CRD) functions provide mining operations with a mechanism for relationship building and benefit sharing • We take CRD practice as a proxy for a company's commitment to sustainable development (SD) and corporate social responsibility (CSR)

Perception of Local Community on Corporate Social

perception to all categories of CSR initiatives of brewery firms as they rated above the average point (above 30) However, firms accorded a limited attention to community development …

Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility Partnerships in

Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility Partnerships in South Africa L Mabuza, N Msezane and M Kwata In the light of challenges associated with sustainable development in the developing world, the mining industry, as is the case with other industries, has been compelled to relook issues pertinent

Motivations for providing CSR-mediated initiatives in

The foregoing empirical findings have implications for policy and practice regarding the design and implementation of CSR-mediated initiatives in mining communities A major policy of the mining communities has been the use of community consultative committees as a fulcrum around which corporate-community engagements have revolved

CSR practice in the DRC’s mining sector by Chinese fi rms

ate and fulfi l CSR activities Article 69:g of the Congolese mining code requires that, in order for an investor to apply for an exploitation licence, the investor has to submit “[a] plan as to how the project will contribute to the development of the surrounding communities”3 The legal framework is thus in place, however, general

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