Mining Company Dispute Conflict Community Kenya

  • Mining Community Development Agreements

    forums, community-controlled trusts, development funds, and foundations. These strate-gies may be led by government, the companies, the impacted community, or through col-laborative bilateral or multisector partnerships and agreements. They may be a regulatory requirement or negotiated voluntarily in response to mining companies’ commitment to

  • Mining and Community Relations: Conflict and Resolution in

    At the 2014 Mining Indaba Sustainable Development day, Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane (Founder and Chair of the board for African Monitor and Former Archbishop of Cape Town) gave a keynote address setting the tone for a proceeding panel discussion on mining and community relations, stressing the need to bring morality into business decisions with the understanding []

  • Kenya or Somalia: Who owns the sea and what lies beneath

    Kenya or Somalia: Who owns the sea and what lies beneath? For years, Kenya and Somalia have argued over where their maritime boundary in the Indian Ocean runs. The International Court of Justice

  • An overview of land use conflicts in mining communities

    The purpose of this paper is to examine the causes and impacts of land use conflicts between large-scale mines and community groups, and to identify a series of (land use) conflict resolution strategies for mine management. In the first of three sections that follow, a detailed overview of land use disputes in mining communities is provided in

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  • Land-related conflicts in Kenya: policy and legal

    The other land-related conflicts in Kenya manifest themselves through what is commonly known as the human-wildlife conflicts. Kenya adopted an ambitious wildlife management and conservation arrangement through gazettement of large tracts of community lands as national parks, national game reserves and conservancy sanctuaries. In the process

  • Research on company–community conflict

    Research on company-community conflict InBrief 2 Social and Economic Development March 2015 Introduction In recent years, mining related company–community conflicts have received a great deal of attention by advocacy organizations and traditional and social media, creating the perception that such conflicts are on the increase.

  • Land-related conflicts in Kenya: policy and legal

    The other land-related conflicts in Kenya manifest themselves through what is commonly known as the human-wildlife conflicts. Kenya adopted an ambitious wildlife management and conservation arrangement through gazettement of large tracts of community lands as national parks, national game reserves and conservancy sanctuaries. In the process

  • Research on company–community conflict

    Research on company-community conflict InBrief 2 Social and Economic Development March 2015 Introduction In recent years, mining related company–community conflicts have received a great deal of attention by advocacy organizations and traditional and social media, creating the perception that such conflicts are on the increase.

  • TransConflict » Conflict in Kenya

    One of the key drivers of conflict in Kenya is the dimension of community identities which is itself closely related to the issue of land, borders and associated historical grievances plus a challenging regional environment and political transition.

  • Human Rights and Social Conflict in the Oil, Gas, and

    Human Rights and Social Conflict in the Oil, Gas, and Mining Industries 6 Findings We found that NHRIs can serve as credible and objective mediators between communities and companies on extractive industry disputes. However, several constraints limit the success of NHRIs in this role. We identified five key factors

  • Somali–Kenyan conflict Wikipedia

    The Somali–Kenyan conflict has been an issue within Kenya since the colonial period. Problems have ranged from petty skirmishes between the two communities and have lead to terrorist attacks, police harassment, extortion, home invasions, physical violence, and massacres perpetrated against the Somali-Kenyan community.

  • Emerging Socio-Economic and Political Conflicts in Tanzania

    Emerging Socio-Economic and Political Conflicts in Tanzania William John February 02, 2011. Tanzania is known as a paradise of peace in the troubled continent of Africa. The country neither experienced civil wars, religious conflicts, ethnicity nor coups since independence (Hirschler, 2004; Rubanza, 2001). In effect, Tanzania facilitated liberation of fellow African countries (for example

  • How a Proposed Strip Mine Brought Conflict to Yale E360

    13/03/2017· But Sikhosiphi Rhadebe’s real love was the magnificent coastal lands of South Africa’s Eastern Cape, where he chaired a community organization campaigning to prevent an Australian mining company from strip-mining their sand dunes for

  • Colonial disputes could threaten African resources boom

    26/04/2013· With WA and other Australian mining companies increasingly investing in Africa, a border dispute between Malawi and Tanzania could threaten East

  • Kenya: Mudavadi Urges International Community to Intervene

    Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has emphasized the need for the government to handle the maritime dispute with Somalia with sobriety and urged the international community's

  • CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES

    CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES 198 Sustainable Development at the Community Level 200 Gains and Losses at the Local Level 201 An Economic Perspective 202 A Social Perspective 206 A Cultural and Political Perspective 207 An Environmental Perspective 208 Maximizing Mining’s Contribution to Communities 209 Revenue Distribution and Use

  • Natural Resources and Conflict Management in East Africa

    Natural Resources and Conflict Management in East Africa _____ Kariuki Muigua* Paper Presented at the 1st NCMG East African ADR Summit held at the Windsor Golf Hotel, Nairobi on 25th & 26th September, 2014 *PhD in Law (Nrb), FCIArb, LL.B (Hons) Nrb, LL.M (Environmental Law) Nrb; Dip.

  • Resources for Managing Disputes between Companies and

    A country-specific menu of community relations and dispute management resources is exemplified by feedback from a 2013 consultation with a project-affected community in Togo, convened by OPIs Office of Accountability. In Togo,community members expressed a preference to have conflicts with a company addressed bilaterally. Opportunities for

  • The Rise in Conflict Associated with Mining Operations

    THE RISE IN CONFLICT ASSOCIATED WITH MINING OPERATIONS: WHAT LIES BENEATH? 3 The research conducted for Phase 1 of this study was a collaborative effort. All members of the ‘Unraveling Mining and Conflict Team’ contributed their ideas and creativity to the design, implementation, analysis and interpretation of the overall study. As outlined

  • Corporate Culture and Conflict Management in the

    Publications Corporate Culture and Conflict Management in the Extractive Industries: A Study in Peru. This study examines company policies and processes for and attitudes towards company-community conflict in the extractives sector in Peru, and finds common factors within company culture that can lead to such conflicts being more or less likely to be successfully resolved.

  • Publication Library CommDev

    Research on company community conflict. In recent years, mining related company-community conflicts have received a great deal of attention by advocacy organizations and traditional and social media. View Publication . Mar 18, 2015. Global Reporting Initiative G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines: Reporting Principles and Standard Disclosures. Part 1 of G4 has the Standard Disclosures

  • Murder in Pondoland: how a proposed mine brought conflict

    28/03/2017· But they do say the mining plan, and the creation of companies like Xolco, has created an atmosphere in which some members of their own community, eager to profit from future mining

  • Land-related conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa ACCORD

    26/10/2010· Abstract Sub-Saharan Africa has a history of land dispossession and contestation which have resulted in various types of inequalities and a skewed distribution of land resources. Land in Sub-Saharan Africa has been subject to conflict, conquest, expropriation and exploitation thus resulting in the many discrepancies that exist today. This has greatly influenced the socio-economic and []

  • Pilbara indigenous community split over Fortescue mine claim

    “What’s concerned me is the behaviour of some mining companies who deliberately exacerbate these disputes for the own advantage,” says Wyatt, an indigenous MP. “That has always worried me

  • Tanzania, Kenya Finally Agree to Resolve Trade Dispute

    Tanzania: Tanzania, Kenya Finally Agree to Resolve Protracted Trade Dispute Citizen, 6 July 2018. Tanzanian and Kenyan traders will now freely export milk, wheat and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG

  • Ruling on maritime dispute to severely test Kenya’s soft

    28/07/2019· For many, the gist of the Kenya-Somalia Maritime dispute is the 160,579 square kilometres (62,000 square-miles) oil-rich triangle in the Indian Ocean. But what is at stake is that Kenya faces the existential threat of losing its access to international waters, resources and geo-strategic advantage.

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