Corporate Social Responsibility plays important roles in poverty reduction and in ensuring prosperity of the community surrounding its endeavors. This study uses desktop and library methodology to explore and present the Tanzanian context existing literature and actual facts on the role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in community development.
22/01/2016· This paper aims to provide a better understanding of multistakeholder perceptions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in connection with mining industry impacts. While there is significant research about CSR, there is a lack of understanding in the area of specific stakeholders' perceptions within the extractive industry, particularly in a developing country like Chile. The findings
ASSESSING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AT ESKOM: A CASE OF CAMDEN AND GROOTVLEI POWER STATIONS by ANDREW RAMABELE BOTSHE A research report submitted to the Department of Business Management in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Magister Technologiae:
The relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and development has recently become the focus of scholars concerned with the relationship between business and society.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS ROLE IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Maimunah ISMAIL• 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. This article analyses the meaning of CSR
Abstract Poverty and conflicts are endemic in the Niger Delta even as oil companies operating in the region intensify their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in community development.
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
This paper aims to provide a better understanding of multistakeholder perceptions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in connection with mining industry impacts. While there is significant research about CSR, there is a lack of understanding in the area of specific stakeholders' perceptions within the extractive industry, particularly in a
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is defined as a corporations drive to estimate their effects on the environment and their role in the well being of the citizens in their area and across the globe. It refers to a corporation that goes above and beyond what is required of them by regulators, to have a positive impact on society. Examples of
CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES 198 Sustainable Development at the Community Level 200 Gains and Losses at the Local Level 201 An Economic Perspective 202 A Social Perspective 206 A Cultural and Political Perspective 207 An Environmental Perspective 208 Maximizing Mining’s Contribution to Communities 209 Revenue Distribution and Use
MINING COMPANIES’ SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (SDMP) AND ITS IMPACT TO THE MULTI-SECTOR OF CARCANMADCARLAN Odinah L. Cuartero† Cantilan Pilot School, Cantilan I District, Linintian, Cantilan, Surigao Del Sur, Philippines Dulcemina O. Leva St. Paul University Surigao Campus, Surigao City, Philippines ABSTRACT
This article examines Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and mining community development, sustainability and viability. These issues are considered focussing on current and former company owned mining towns in Namibia. Historically company towns have been a feature of mining activity in Namibia. However the fate of such towns upon mine
Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility in Zambia: A case study of Barrick Gold Mine. By WOMBA MAYONDI A thesis submitted to Victoria University of Wellington in partial fulfilment of requirements for the degree of Masters in Development Studies School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences Victoria University of Wellington 2014
develop. This can be possible if the available companies would commit their resources through their corporate social responsibility to help in community development. The concept of community development is a process which is conducted by community members in promoting their communities as a group. It is a process where local people cannot only
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
23/04/2018· 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. In the rest of the paper, a review of relevant literature to put the issues of investigation in context is presented in Section 2. The
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
3.5.2 The Economic Impacts of Mining on the Community 92 3.5.3 The Socio-Cultural Impacts of Mining on the Community 97 3.5.4 The Environmental Impacts of Mining on the Community 102 3.5.5 Community development, expectations and sustainability 108 3.5.6 Company-community co-existence relations 113 3.6 Conclusion 115
19/03/2019· A national survey of 8,020 citizens reveals what mining means to Australians in 2017. The survey covers the perceived benefits and negative impacts of the industry, as well as views on fairness, confidence in governance and trust. The results aim to add a new perspective to conversations about how mining takes place in Australia.
Community 29 May 2018 3 BHP When doing business planning: Include outcomes from stakeholder identification analysis, social impact and opportunity assessments and the community perception survey. When offering a community development project or donation or payment to a fund to benefit the community under a
Hear citizen perception of the current CSR practices of agribusiness and mining companies . Background . Development and Partnership in Action is a Cambodian Non-Governmental Organisation, which has been active in Cambodia for over 30 years. DPA facilitates target communities to tackle issues as diverse as gender equality, community resilience, natural
stems from definitional issues, and a perception in some quarters that CSR is more about philanthropy, rather than “doing business” and responding to shareholder interests. The central thesis of this guide is that CSR is an integral part of the new business model. Corporate Social Responsibility: An Implementation Guide for Business 1. Properly understood, CSR should
Community engagement forms part of the broader Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy initiatives which are often promoted as a way of enhancing sustainable development. This paper examines the local perceptions of the design and application of Golden Star Resources' (GSR) community engagement program. This paper contends that this community
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a type of international private business self-regulation that aims to contribute to societal goals of a philanthropic, activist, or charitable nature or by engage in or support volunteering or ethically-oriented practices. While once it was possible to describe CSR as an internal organisational policy or a corporate ethic strategy, that time has
sustainable development and corporate social responsibility in the mining arena of the SADC region and for business in general. Multinational companies need to focus their corporate social responsibility programmes on the real sustainable development of communities rather than as publicity exercises. They also need to adhere to international
The purpose of this article is therefore two-fold: firstly, it offers a critical examination of the term social licence and its usage by industry; and secondly it re-locates this critique in the context of wider debates about mining, sustainable development (SD) and corporate social responsibility (CSR). This second objective is addressed in
13/03/2014· This paper aims to examine the community development approaches of large scale mining companies, with particular reference to how they may engender community dependency. The paper begins with a review of CSR in the mining industry, corporate community initiatives and the problem of mining dependency at a national, regional and local
Thematic Issue on Corporate Social Responsibility CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: AN OVERVIEW AND NEW RESEARCH DIRECTIONS The idea of corporate social responsibility (CSR)— that is, businesses bearing a responsibility to so-ciety and a broader set of stakeholders beyond its shareholders—gained currency in the 1960s. Since then, attention on CSR
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