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Mulya Jules
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Translation: Social License to Operate and Stakeholder

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mulya Jules Feb 3, 2014. 6 Replies

Hi Fellow GoxiansWhat's in French 'Social License to Operate' and stakeholder in Swahili? Thanks Continue

 

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Mulya Jules favorited Paul Cisneros's blog post New BOOK on mining policy and civil society !!
Feb 28
Mulya Jules posted a blog post

Why in post war Eastern DRC some people refer to mining companies as NGO's

It's not uncommon for staff of mining or exploration companies operating in Eastern DRC to get asked: what does your NGO do?  Reasons for this odd question are both ignorance and a generalization based on similarities people have noted. For some NGO is a new phrase for company/Société because NGO's were the first formal job providers outside government they started seeing in their areas following the collapse of DRC's economy in the early 1990's. Many NGO's came during the war (1997 to 2004)…See More
Feb 27
Mulya Jules posted a blog post

Conference on oil exploration in Lake Tanganyika, Feb 2017.

DRC Oil Minister, Aime Ngoie Mukena declared that a new law on hydrocarbon was presented on 10/02/2017; it gives Government the responsibility to explore and assess the country's oil potential; he added that it offered guarantees for protected areas. His Home Affairs colleague on the same occasion issued a warning against anyone who would interfere with Government's efforts to validate its hydrocarbon potential. Judicious stewardship of rents from natural resources in general and oil and gas in…See More
Feb 22
Mulya Jules commented on Mulya Jules's blog post 'Conference on oil exploration in Lake Tanganyika, Feb 2017.'
Feb 21
Mulya Jules posted a blog post

Conference on oil exploration in Lake Tanganyika, Feb 2017.

The 2-day conference chaired by DRC Oil Minister started on 16/02 and ended on 18/02 in Kalemie, DRC. All 4 countries of the Tanganyika Basin were present: Zambia, Burundi, Tanzania and DRC. It was announced that 18 blocs have been granted to oil exploration companies, DRC which has the longest coastline with a record 11 of them.  There is no evidence of any engagement with coastal communities who are dependent on the little fish still left in the lake for their livelihood; therefore it's…See More
Feb 20
Mulya Jules commented on IIED's blog post 'ASM dialogue creates ambition for change in Ghana'
"The real challenge is to regroup artisanal miners into formal business structures. 200m shafts require a huge amount of timber that no-one is replanting and often it's indigenous species of forest that get wiped out. I suggest ASM…"
Sep 27, 2016
Mulya Jules left a comment for Joel Masselink
"Hi Joel I've just read about your work in general...a real challenge indeed!  I'm now doing community relations for a client in South Kivu; I still have a base in Kalemie."
Apr 22, 2014
Mulya Jules and Joel Masselink are now friends
Apr 22, 2014
Mulya Jules commented on Johnny West's blog post 'Yes, but what kind of sustainable growth are we talking about?'
"100% Agree with you. In the DRC the Prime Minister every week is happy to announce "macroeconomic indicators are healthy" but to ordinary people who don't see much change in their lives it's starting to sound like mockery.…"
Feb 21, 2014
Mulya Jules and Rose Njeri Wairimu are now friends
Feb 21, 2014
Mulya Jules commented on GOXI's blog post 'Reverse the curse: Transforming resource-driven economies'
"Some of the responsibility of these unacceptable levels of poverty in many resources-driven economies lies with multinationals based in first world countries which invest in poor countries. These companies have, over the years, developed very…"
Feb 17, 2014
Mulya Jules commented on Kelly Alderson's blog post 'Mining Indaba Focuses on the New Science of Stakeholder Outreach'
"Hi Kelly Thanks for sharing Sir Paul Collier's thoughts on CSR.The trouble is, very few Community Relations practitioners attend fora such as The Indaba; Paul Collier spoke mostly to executives who are still struggling with the basic principles…"
Feb 16, 2014
Mulya Jules replied to Mulya Jules's discussion 'Translation: Social License to Operate and Stakeholder'
"Thanks a million, Joel"
Feb 3, 2014
Joel Masselink replied to Mulya Jules's discussion 'Translation: Social License to Operate and Stakeholder'
"Hi Mulya Jules, Consult this website for the French translation. I think you could use one of the following: L'octroi du permis social d'exploitation le permis social d’exploitation la licence sociale…"
Feb 3, 2014
Davis Osoro replied to Mulya Jules's discussion 'Translation: Social License to Operate and Stakeholder'
"I am from Kenya."
Feb 3, 2014
Mulya Jules replied to Mulya Jules's discussion 'Translation: Social License to Operate and Stakeholder'
"Hi Davis If I may ask, where are you? I'm Eastern DRC where Swahili is very widely spoken ."
Feb 3, 2014

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Why in post war Eastern DRC some people refer to mining companies as NGO's

Posted on February 27, 2017 at 11:42 0 Comments

It's not uncommon for staff of mining or exploration companies operating in Eastern DRC to get asked: what does your NGO do?  

Reasons for this odd question are both ignorance and a generalization based on similarities people have noted. For some NGO is a new phrase for company/Société because NGO's were the first formal job providers outside government they started seeing in their areas following the collapse of DRC's economy in the early 1990's. Many NGO's came during the war (1997…

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Conference on oil exploration in Lake Tanganyika, Feb 2017.

Posted on February 22, 2017 at 12:11 0 Comments

DRC Oil Minister, Aime Ngoie Mukena declared that a new law on hydrocarbon was presented on 10/02/2017; it gives Government the responsibility to explore and assess the country's oil potential; he added that it offered guarantees for protected areas. His Home Affairs colleague on the same occasion issued a warning against anyone who would interfere with Government's efforts to validate its hydrocarbon potential.

Judicious stewardship of rents from natural resources in general and oil…

Continue

Conference on oil exploration in Lake Tanganyika, Feb 2017.

Posted on February 20, 2017 at 11:37 1 Comment

The 2-day conference chaired by DRC Oil Minister started on 16/02 and ended on 18/02 in Kalemie, DRC. All 4 countries of the Tanganyika Basin were present: Zambia, Burundi, Tanzania and DRC. It was announced that 18 blocs have been granted to oil exploration companies, DRC which has the longest coastline with a record 11 of them.  There is no evidence of any engagement with coastal communities who are dependent on the little fish still left in the lake for their livelihood; therefore it's…

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