The intersection of corporate social responsibility guidelines and indigenous rights : examining neoliberal governance of a proposed mining project in Suriname

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Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke Univ., Durham, Etats-Unis

Description :
The study documents the debates, issues of accountability, and different interpretations of corporate social responsibility (CSR) between NGOs representing indigenous rights and a mining corporation. The debates focus on environmental impact assessments, indigenous rights to land. Theses exchanges illustrate the socio-political, as well as economic positioning of these actors. Their outcomes reflect different degrees of power that these actors hold in such contexts. This dialogue is a lens into the more complex and contentious entanglements that emerge with CSR as a mode of governance.

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Article de périodique

Source :
Geoforum, issn : 0016-7185, 2012, vol. 43, n°. 5, p. 969-979, nombre de pages : 11, Références bibliographiques : 1 p.

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Pays édition : Royaume-Uni, New York, NY ; Oxford, Pergamon Press

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