sharing in governance of extractive industries

Roy Jakola
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Roy Jakola commented on International Women in Mining's blog post 'Mining Together - Inclusion begins with us'
"Video offers a powerful new age medium to message; congratulations to IWIM!, I can't wait to hear the stories. "
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Global Mining Sustainability™
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International Organisation
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About My Work
We are a Canadian non-profit corporation and digital communications platform integrating all global mining associated stakeholders into a life cycle mining industry sustainability solution.
We follow the UN Global Compact Sustainable Development Goals 2030 while utilizing innovation and collaboration strategies as a vehicle for change.
We promote and develop novel ideas with best in class thought leaders from all industries that can provide integrated solutions to mining problems.
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csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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