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A Collaborative Approach to Human Rights Impact Assessments

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Human rights
Date submitted:   23/03/2017
Member:   Tulika Bansal
 

The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, the Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Sciences Po Law School Clinic are pleased to share their new discussion paper, entitled 'A Collaborative Approach to Human Rights Impact Assessments'.

Adaptive Assessment of Cumulative Socioeco impacts

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Cumulative social impacts
Date submitted:   23/07/2015
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

'Adaptive Assessment' of Cumulative Socioeconomic Impacts (2015), Will Rifkin, Katherine Witt, Jo-Anne Everingham, and Vikki Uhlmann Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, The University of Queensland.

Assessing the Social Impact of Development Project

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Guidelines to conduct an SIA
Date submitted:   20/01/2016
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

ASSESSING THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Experience in India and other Asian countries (2016)

Hari Mohan Mathur, Editor
Visiting Professor, Council for Social Development, New Delhi

Community Development Journal

Type:   Research publications
Topic:  
Date submitted:   30/07/2013
Member:  
 

A special edition on community development and mining is free to download
http://cdj.oxfordjournals.org/content/current

Delivering the Promise of Social Outcomes

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Professional Development
Date submitted:   15/07/2015
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

Delivering the Promise of  Social Outcomes: The Role of the Performance Analyst (2015) by Emma Tomkinson. Jointly published by The Social Investment Lab, Impetus-PEF and Think Impact.

Do Mobile Phone Surveys Work in Poor Countries?

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Monitoring and evaluation (M&E)
Date submitted:   27/04/2015
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 


Ben Leo, Robert Morello, Jonathan Mellon, Tiago Peixoto, and Stephen Davenport. 2015. "Do
Mobile Phone Surveys Work in Poor Countries?" CGD Working Paper 398. Washington, DC:
Center for Global Development.

Estate Regeneration and Community Impacts

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Housing and accommodation
Date submitted:   22/08/2016
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

"Estate Regeneration and Community Impacts: Challenges and lessons for social landlords, developers and local councils", A. Belotti, LSE Housing & Communities (2016).


evaluating protected area management

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Monitoring of social impacts
Date submitted:   13/05/2011
Member:   Associate Professor Simon Batterbury
 

A key challenge has been to define and measure “success” in managing protected areas. A case study was conducted of efforts to evaluate the new protected area management system in Trinidad and Tobago using a participatory approach.

Evaluating Environmental and SIA in Developing C's

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Monitoring and evaluation (M&E)
Date submitted:   30/07/2013
Member:   Yvette Evers
 

Evaluating Environmental and Social Impact Assessment in Developing Countries provides environmental scientists with tools to evaluate environmental and social impacts of development initiatives, especially in developing countries.

Elsevier

ISBN: 9780124081291

Evaluating Environmental and Social Impact Assessm

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Cumulative social impacts
Date submitted:   30/09/2012
Member:   Dr Salim Momtaz
 

Evaluating Environmental and Social Impact Assessment - is a valuable reference book for practitioners and researchers in environmental and social impact assessment. The authors have developed and tested a new framework to evaluate environmental impact assessment (EIA) systems that may be adopted by most developing countries with EIA experience.

Experiencing Climate Change in Bangladesh

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Climate change
Date submitted:   31/10/2015
Member:   Dr Salim Momtaz
 

This book offers a solid framework for analyzing the process and components of adaptation of rural livelihoods to a changing hydro-climatic environment and presents empirical evidence of livelihood adaptation at the local level.

Gender and the Extrative Industries

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Gender
Date submitted:   25/05/2016
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

Gender and the Extrative Insdustries: Putting Gender on the Corporate Agenda, OXFAM, May 2016.

Gendering the Field

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Gender
Date submitted:   29/03/2011
Member:  
 

'Gendering the field : towards sustainable livelihoods for mining in mining communities' is edited by Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt and published by ANU E Press. This book is also available online at http://epress.anu.edu.au/gendering_field_citation

Human Rights and Impact Assessment

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Human rights
Date submitted:   24/05/2013
Member:   Frank Vanclay
 

Special issue on human rights and impact assessment of the journal, Impact Assessment & Project Appraisal 31(2) June 2013 published and now available online at: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tiap20/current

(Free for IAIA members)

Human Rights and the Business of Fracking

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Human rights
Date submitted:   24/08/2015
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

Human Rights and the Business of Fracking: Applying the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights to Hydraulic Fracturing

© The Center for Human Rights and Environment 

CONSULTATION DRAFT: AUGUST 20, 2015

Intimate Partner Abuse and Women’s Health

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Gender
Date submitted:   30/03/2010
Member:   Professor Stewart Lockie
 

The study found significant negative mental health consequences for women experiencing any form of abuse and a reluctance to seek counselling and support services. Support services and education and prevention programs must recognise that all forms of partner abuse, including non-physical forms, result in depression and severe psychological symptomatology which are likely to affect women’s help seeking behaviour.

Legitimizing industry & multi-sectoral regulation

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Cumulative social impacts
Date submitted:   23/12/2013
Member:   Yvette Evers
 

 "Legitimizing industry and multi-sectoral regulation of cumulative impacts: a comparison of mining and energy development in Athabasca, Canada and the Hunter Valley, Australia" in Resources Policy.

Lose to Gain: Is Involuntary Resettlement...

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Resettlement
Date submitted:   13/04/2015
Member:  
 

Lose to Gain: Is Involuntary Resettlement a Development Opportunity?
Edited by Jayantha Perera. Asian Development Bank, 2014.

Social Impact Assessment of Resource Projects

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Cumulative social impacts
Date submitted:   7/07/2016
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

"Social impact assessment of resource projects", International Mining for Development Centre (Franks D., 2012).

The Art and Science of Benefit Sharing

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Cumulative social impacts
Date submitted:   25/05/2015
Member:   Walquiria Felizardo
 

The Art and Science of Benefit Sharing in the Natural Resource Sector, IFC, February 2015.

The Extractives Industry & Society (second issue)

Type:   Research publications
Topic:  
Date submitted:   7/11/2014
Member:   Frank Vanclay
 

The second issue of The Extractive Industries and Society, edited by Professor Gavin Hilson, University of Surrey, UK.

Understanding the Measurement of Social Impact

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Social development
Date submitted:   14/05/2015
Member:   Ms Walquiria Felizardo
 

Understanding the Measurement of Social Impact Within the Context of Social Investment: A Descriptive Study – Summary of Results from Key Informant Interviews

Voluntary codes of conduct & their implementation

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Corporate Social Responsibility
Date submitted:   1/01/2013
Member:   Yvette Evers
 

Voluntary codes of conduct & their implementation in the Australian mining and petroleum industries: is there a business case for CSR? Tapan K. Sarker, Asian Journal of Business Ethics, January 2013

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs13520-012-0027-3

What about the people?

Type:   Research publications
Topic:   Social development
Date submitted:   1/03/2017
Member:   Cathy Baldwin and Robin King
 

What about the people? The socially sustainable, resilient community and urban development 

By Cathy Baldwin (University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University) and Robin King (World Resources Institute and Georgetown University) 

 

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