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Mining Community Development Agreements : Source Book

ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCOUNTABILITY ALLOCATION OF BENEFITS ANTHROPOLOGISTS AUDITING AUTHORITY BEHAVIORS BENEFICIAL IMPACTS BENEFICIARIES BENEFICIARY COMMUNITIES BEST PRACTICE BEST PRACTICES BODY OF KNOWLEDGE BOUNDARIES BUSINESS STRATEGY CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT CATEGORIZATION CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL SOCIETY GROUPS CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS COLLABORATION COLLECTION OF DATA COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY BENEFITS COMMUNITY CAPACITY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY GROUPS COMMUNITY INVESTMENT COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT COMMUNITY ISSUES COMMUNITY MEMBERS COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMMUNITY PLANNING COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMUNITY REPRESENTATION COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES COMMUNITY RESOURCES COMMUNITY SUPPORT CONFLICT CONSULTATION CONSULTATIONS CORPORATE REPUTATION CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CULTURAL VALUES DATA COLLECTION DECISION MAKING DECISION-MAKING DECISIONMAKING DESCRIPTION DEVELOPMENT PROCESS DISCUSSION DISCUSSIONS DISPUTE RESOLUTION DOCUMENTS ECONOMIC BENEFITS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EXPLORATION EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES FAMILIES FEASIBILITY FEEDBACK MECHANISMS FIELD VISITS FIGURES GENDER GLOBALIZATION GOOD PRACTICE IDEAS INDIGENOUS GROUPS INDIGENOUS PEOPLES INNOVATION INTEGRATION INTEREST GROUPS INTERVENTIONS KEY ACTORS KNOWLEDGE BASE LEADERSHIP LEADING LESSONS LEARNED LISTENING LOCAL CAPACITY LOCAL CAPACITY BUILDING LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL KNOWLEDGE LOCAL PROCUREMENT MARGINALIZED GROUPS MOBILIZATION MONITORING & EVALUATION MUTUAL RESPECT NEEDS ASSESSMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENTS NEGOTIATIONS NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS OUTREACH OUTREACH STRATEGIES PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN PARTICIPATORY ACTIVITIES PARTICIPATORY APPROACH PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT PARTICIPATORY METHODS PARTICIPATORY MONITORING PARTICIPATORY NEEDS PARTICIPATORY NEEDS ASSESSMENT PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES POVERTY REDUCTION PRACTITIONERS PROJECT DESIGN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL NETWORKS SOCIAL SCIENTISTS SOCIETY SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STAKEHOLDER STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT STAKEHOLDER INTERESTS STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP STAKEHOLDERS STRUCTURED LEARNING SUPPLY CHAINS THINKING TRADITIONAL LEADERS TRANSPARENCY VARIETY VILLAGE VILLAGES VISION
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Washington, DC
Africa
2013-03-11T21:33:56Z | 2013-03-11T21:33:56Z | 2012-03

The World Bank oil, gas and mining unit, in its capacity as a driver for best practice related to extractive industry contributions to poverty alleviation, has a strong interest in the sustainable development of mine-impacted communities. As part of the growing global expectation that the extractive industry should contribute positively to long-term local development, a discourse has grown surrounding a variety of structures and processes aiming to deliver development benefits to communities affected by mineral resource projects. Examples of these strategies include social/community investment programs, development forums, community-controlled trusts, development funds, and foundations. These strategies may be led by government, the companies, the impacted community, or through collaborative bilateral or multi sector partnerships and agreements. They may be a regulatory requirement or negotiated voluntarily in response to mining companies' commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) principles. This document describes some of the main considerations and processes regarding the development and implementation of these strategies, specifically in relation to Community Development Agreements (CDAs). In the last few years the World Bank oil, gas and mining unit has worked to analyze CDAs within the mining sector as an instrument for more sustainable and equitable benefits. This process of analysis and research has involved a series of reports by the World Bank and external specialists aiming to provide technical input on the process, case studies, lessons learned, and best practices for CDA development. This report builds on previous studies to deliver a knowledge product on CDA development with the aim of providing specific assistance to the process and delivery of CDAs. This source book has been developed from learnings relating to existing regulations/ requirements, past experiences, and case studies. Volume 2 contains the World Bank Extractive Industries Sourcebook, Good Practice Notes: Community Development Agreements, and Volume 3 is the Mining Community Development Agreements - Practical Experiences and Field Studies. Volume 4 is the Community Development Agreement - Model Regulations and Example Guidelines.

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