csr and mining community development perception only

csr and mining community development perception only

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

(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

Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry ...

Jun 01, 2012 · 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.

LOCAL PERCEPTION OF THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL ...

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

(PDF) The Community Perception of CSR: A Case Study of Oil ...

The Community Perception of CSR: A Case S tudy of Oil and Gas Industrial Clusters of District Dadu, Sindh, Pakis tan Maryam Kalhoro 1, 2* , Iffat Batool Naqvi 1, Zahid Ali Memon 1 , Noor Muhammad ...

Phosphate mining, corporate social responsibility and ...

Jan 01, 2020 · In mining-related literature, CSR programs of mining companies and the community development associated with mines have been extensively examined. The literature on mining and CSR is growing steadily ( Karakaya and Nuur, 2018 ), however, as CSR relates to phosphate mining as a large-scale industry, it is still under explored.

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

Journal website: TOWARDS SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE

environment and society, the local development effects of large scale mining have been long critized to be ineffective ( Frederiksen, 2018) . One strategy to improve local development out- comes has been to adopt corporate social responsibility (CSR) pro- grammes for community development by mining

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

Phosphate mining, corporate social responsibility and ...

Jan 01, 2020 · In mining-related literature, CSR programs of mining companies and the community development associated with mines have been extensively examined. The literature on mining and CSR is growing steadily ( Karakaya and Nuur, 2018 ), however, as CSR relates to phosphate mining as a large-scale industry, it is still under explored.

Corporate social responsibility and the mining industry ...

Feb 24, 2004 · Sharon McLennan, Glenn Banks, Reversing the lens: Why corporate social responsibility is not community development, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 10.1002/csr.1664, 26, 1, (117-126), (2018).

(PDF) Challenges of corporate social responsibility (CSR ...

Given company located in the community engages in their activities that Act 703 is the main legislative instrument for the mining or engages with the community in their operations to make sector, it is surprising that CSR receives no attention in the docu- sure that they are at peace and harmony in the community in ment.

Ten Ways for Cooperation With Local Mining Communities ...

At the Maritsa East Mines, state-owned lignite mine, CSR is also bound to the values for sustainable development: “this is the way we do business.” The company assumes commitments in order to improve the standards of work, of social development, of ecology. Through their activities they improve the local standard of living.

Social Responsibility – Evolution Mining

A$130.0M to local and regional businesses and organisations including A$79.2M in direct spend with local organisations. 100% of Community Plans Actions completed. Increase in ‘social licence to operate’ scores from Stakeholder Perception Survey. Committed A$1.5M to support farming families and communities, in collaboration with Rural Aid.

Corporate Social Responsibility Programs and Community ...

May 21, 2020 · Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is the notion that corporations have an obligation to the constituent groups in society other than stockholders and beyond those prescribed by law and union contracts (T. M. Jones, 1980).Since its evolution in the 1950s, a good number of academic research works have been conducted on CSR (Carroll, 1999). ...

Challenges to Build Community Participation in Mining ...

Jul 14, 2021 · While the aspect of awareness and ability is a component that grows from the internal processes of the community itself, public awareness involved in the implementation of development is strongly influenced by their perceptions and expectations on the benefit of mining activity 3. In mining activities, we likely find the pessimistic attitude of ...

Corporate Social Responsibility in South Africa | SpringerLink

Jul 08, 2021 · Globally, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a complex issue, but even more so in a mineral rich, developing country such as South Africa. There are various interpretations, approaches and perceptions of CSR not only in different economic sectors, but also in different countries.

The stakeholder theory of Corporate Social Responsibility

Sep 21, 2020 · In this era of globalization, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has managed to integrate itself into the corporate culture and has evolved as an integral aspect of corporate performance reviews. It is a voluntary concept to be adopted by organizations. It integrates the social and environmental dimensions of a business in its operational activities.

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

Assessing the effect of corporate social responsibility on ...

Jun 30, 2016 · Introduction. As part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR), there is now widespread expectation that companies should be held accountable for their impacts on the communities and the environment where they operate (Rowe et al., 2014).Consequently, oil companies in the Niger Delta have had to develop CSR strategies for dealing with local communities and contributing to community ...

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

The Andacollo's Mining Community: Ethnographic Work

culture-sharing group perceives and reacts to corporate social responsibility (CSR) development initiatives. For the conceptual framework, I used sociocultural perspectives, social systems theories, and leadership and social change models, with focus on the community perceptions part of the CSR program of a transnational mining company. I

‘Cursed’ communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR ...

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

Corporate Social Responsibility: Case Study of Community ...

the Niger Delta are discussed. Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, Community Expectations Community-company Relations, Sustainable Development, Case Study, Niger Delta . Community expectations of responsible corporate behavior often form the basis for community attitude toward business corporations (Idemudia & Ite, 2006). In the

Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Industries by ...

Mar 13, 2014 · 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.

DEMYSTIFYING POWER IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

mining company in the implementation of the community development programmes as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) framework. This study also exhibits a model or mechanism by which the distribution of power can be conducted in community development practices.

Customer Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Dec 10, 2019 · The World BusinessCouncilfor SustainableDevelopment(WBCSD): “Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large.

EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF NEWMONT GOLD LIMITED's

It was found out that the community-based development approach and the benchmark approach are the most highly used CSR practices by Newmont. Generally, residents have negative perception of Newmont CSR practices. However, it was found that Newmont CSR practices have had positive effect on their social capital and reputational capital.

Corporate Social Responsibility Intervention Of One Mining ...

Mining companies can contribute to education, skills development and training of the youth. If community engagement is taken seriously as a CSR strategic approach, this would enhance positive inter-relations between the mining companies and their communities

Special Issue "Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in ...

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) concepts are spread out in different organizations and cultures. To comprehend the Muslim consumers’ perception of CSR, this study conducted a self-administered survey in two Muslim-culture-rich countries, Pakistan and Sudan.

The role of participation in sustainable community ...

development in mining areas. This survey was conducted by the author in 2015 for the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) for the information of its members, and is included here by kind permission of ICMM.2 The paper considers the sustainability of local community development programmes, i.e. their capacity to endure.

Business‐community engagement: A case of mining company in ...

1 INTRODUCTION. With the environmental and social consequences of mining, it is necessary for mining firms to incorporate Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) principles into their business model in a more holistic way (Esteves, 2008; Eweje, 2006; Keith, 2012).CSR has been proclaimed as a key tool that helps companies to meet these environmental and social pressures as well as to improve ...

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): motivations and ...

Jul 21, 2021 · Several motivations drive organisations and all their stakeholders from engaging in CSR practices. Engaging stakeholders in CSR practices could offer numerous significant motivations, such as the increased possibility of influence on decision-making (Haddaway et al., 2017).Again, gaining legitimacy for a mining company is a motivation that stakeholders could get if they engage in CSR

Mining and your Community: Know your Environmental

faced with mining in their community. Although mining companies promise jobs and development, it is fairly unusual for a community that is affected by the mining, to see these benefits. One of the challenges communities face is a lack of information about their rights and the law that applies to mining. Mining law and governance is complex.