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Sarah Daitch
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Lisa C commented on Sarah Daitch's blog post 'New Report on The Role of Host Governments in Enabling or Preventing Conflict Associated with Mining'
"Hi Luke, appreciate your comments and insights. I wonder whether the recent guidance developed by ICMM and International Alert would be of interest or use to…"
Feb 14
Luke Stephens commented on Sarah Daitch's blog post 'New Report on The Role of Host Governments in Enabling or Preventing Conflict Associated with Mining'
"Thanks or the reply Sarah, I'm working through the abridged version now and am positive I'll agree with many of the conclusions. In fact, I agree with the conclusion that depending on improvements within the industry is only part of the…"
Jan 31
Sarah Daitch commented on Sarah Daitch's blog post 'New Report on The Role of Host Governments in Enabling or Preventing Conflict Associated with Mining'
"Hi Luke, thanks for reading the blog post and taking the time to comment. It could help to understand the scope we used for this Phase of the research to take a look at the abridged version of the Phase 2 research. Here it explains that this is the…"
Jan 30
Luke Stephens commented on Sarah Daitch's blog post 'New Report on The Role of Host Governments in Enabling or Preventing Conflict Associated with Mining'
"I've just read the brief summary above and look forward to reading more of the study.My instinctive reaction is that this report focuses too much on government's role and too little on mining companies' responsibility. Good regulation…"
Jan 29
Sarah Daitch posted a blog post

New Report on The Role of Host Governments in Enabling or Preventing Conflict Associated with Mining

By Sarah Daitch & Tony AndrewsIn some regions in the Global South, mining is seen as an important vehicle for generating wealth and improving local development. Yet, if managed poorly, mining can also lead to environmental degradation, displaced populations, increased inequality and social conflict. Experts and governments expect natural…See More
Jan 28
Paul Cisneros favorited Sarah Daitch's blog post Launch of New Conflict & Extractives Topic Overview and Online Library
Dec 16, 2018
A blog post by Sarah Daitch was featured

Participatory Environmental Monitoring as a transparency and trust-building tool to navigate socio-environmental mining conflicts in Latin America

Participatory Environmental Monitoring as a transparency and trust-building tool to navigate socio-environmental mining conflicts in Latin AmericaBy Javier Munoz Blanco and Sarah DaitchPhoto Credit  Josu Ansoleaga / UNDP PanamaPanama City, 19 October 2018 – For many developing…See More
Oct 30, 2018
Sarah Daitch posted a blog post

Participatory Environmental Monitoring as a transparency and trust-building tool to navigate socio-environmental mining conflicts in Latin America

Participatory Environmental Monitoring as a transparency and trust-building tool to navigate socio-environmental mining conflicts in Latin AmericaBy Javier Munoz Blanco and Sarah DaitchPhoto Credit  Josu Ansoleaga / UNDP PanamaPanama City, 19 October 2018 – For many developing…See More
Oct 26, 2018
Sarah Daitch is now friends with Alhassan S. S. Fullah and Lorelei Ratushniak
Jun 19, 2018
A blog post by Sarah Daitch was featured

Launch of New Conflict & Extractives Topic Overview and Online Library

Conflict and ExtractivesIn many cases, the exploitation of natural resources has contributed to the emergence, funding or prolonging of conflict, not only imposing additional costs on production processes but also reducing the ability of extractives operations to contribute to sustainable development…See More
Jun 12, 2018
Juan David Gutiérrez R. commented on Sarah Daitch's blog post 'Launch of New Conflict & Extractives Topic Overview and Online Library'
"Looking forward to hearing more about GOXi's new strand of work, cheers!"
Jun 5, 2018
Juan David Gutiérrez R. favorited Sarah Daitch's blog post Launch of New Conflict & Extractives Topic Overview and Online Library
Jun 5, 2018
Sarah Daitch posted a blog post

Launch of New Conflict & Extractives Topic Overview and Online Library

Conflict and ExtractivesIn many cases, the exploitation of natural resources has contributed to the emergence, funding or prolonging of conflict, not only imposing additional costs on production processes but also reducing the ability of extractives operations to contribute to sustainable development…See More
May 31, 2018
Sarah Daitch posted a blog post

Join the Final Webinar in this portion of the Environmental Governance and Mining Series - April 11 at 9am EDT English and 1pm EDT Spanish

We welcome your participation in the 7th and final instalment of our current series on Environmental Governance in the Extractive Sector, hosted by Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, the NBSAP Forum at …See More
Apr 9, 2018
Sarah Daitch favorited Jane Church's blog post A New Approach to Extractive Development - NetPositive shakes things up with latest research
Mar 8, 2018
Gokce Mete favorited Sarah Daitch's blog post Join us in our next GOXI Learning Series Webinar: February 21 and 22, 2018
Feb 15, 2018

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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
United Nations Development Programme
Type of Organisation
International Organisation
Job Title
Conflict Prevention Consultant & GOXI Community Facilitator
About My Work
I work with UNDP on extractive industry related conflicts and sustainable development as a conflict prevention consultant and community facilitator on GOXI.

I am a mediator, facilitator and trainer, specializing in public dispute resolution and consensus building on sustainable development issues. I am originally from communities in the Northwest Territories (NWT) and Nunavut, Canada, I have consulted for the NWT and Nunavut governments, the European Institute for Peace, Impact Hub Global, and for US organizations the Consensus Building Institute and RESOLVE. Previously, I worked as Program Manager for ACCESS Facility in The Hague, the Netherlands. As a qualified mediator with the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada, I serve on the mediation roster for Mediate British Colombia and the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
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Sarah Daitch's Blog

New Report on The Role of Host Governments in Enabling or Preventing Conflict Associated with Mining

Posted on January 28, 2019 at 21:51 4 Comments

By Sarah Daitch & Tony Andrews

In some regions in the Global South, mining is seen as an important vehicle for generating wealth and improving local development. Yet, if managed poorly, mining can also lead to environmental degradation, displaced populations, increased inequality and social conflict. Experts…

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Participatory Environmental Monitoring as a transparency and trust-building tool to navigate socio-environmental mining conflicts in Latin America

Posted on October 26, 2018 at 23:32 0 Comments

Participatory Environmental Monitoring as a transparency and trust-building tool to navigate socio-environmental mining conflicts in Latin America

By Javier Munoz Blanco and Sarah Daitch

Photo Credit  Josu Ansoleaga / UNDP…

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Launch of New Conflict & Extractives Topic Overview and Online Library

Posted on May 31, 2018 at 20:40 1 Comment

Conflict and Extractives

In many cases, the exploitation of natural resources has contributed to the emergence, funding or prolonging of conflict, not only imposing…

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Join the Final Webinar in this portion of the Environmental Governance and Mining Series - April 11 at 9am EDT English and 1pm EDT Spanish

Posted on April 9, 2018 at 20:16 0 Comments

We welcome your participation in the 7th and final instalment of our current series on Environmental Governance in the Extractive Sector, hosted by Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, the NBSAP Forum at …

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