"Hi Gustavo, I trust you are well. My name is Obinna, I completed my PhD in 2015 from Dundee. I have just seen the summary of your research area and picked an interest. Your topic is similar to my Thesis topic. I am currently seeking for a postdoc…"
My research explores the contribution of community partnership to the development of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) initiatives in the Peruvian Mining industry that support the approval of the social license to operate. This thesis aims to evaluate the impact of community partnership agreements in order to attain the social license to operate in the mining industry in Peru, to evaluate how legal framework contributes to the community participation during the development of CSR initiatives in the mining industry, to analyse whether the community concerns could develop social, environmental and economic performance indicators in sustainability reports; and to determine the best practices for the development of community partnership agreements.
Areas of interest
csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, redistribution and sustainable development
Hi Gustavo, I trust you are well. My name is Obinna, I completed my PhD in 2015 from Dundee. I have just seen the summary of your research area and picked an interest. Your topic is similar to my Thesis topic. I am currently seeking for a postdoc opportunity at suitably universities in the UK, Canada or Australia, as well as book publishing contract. Please, could you mind sharing any information you may have or come across concerning any of these? My Topic is: Integrating Mining and Petroleum Exploration and Production with Community Development in Nigeria: Towards a Strategic Engagement of Community Development Agreements as Instruments for Social and Economic Growth, Local Governance and Sustainability in Project Areas.
The Thesis following two jurisdiction cases studies and a robust analysis of the community agreement and impact and benefit agreement frameworks in Australia and Canada, respectively.