Mining Social License and the Community Benefits Agreements Approach: What Prospects for Ghana?

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WAGES Project

Publication Type:
Report
Year Published:
2019
Project:
WAGES
Funder:
Global Affairs Canada
Author:
CECI-WUSC
Partner:
CECI (Centre for Intenationalonal Studies and Cooperation)
Country:
Ghana
Contact:
Emelia Ayipio Asamoah ([email protected])
Tags:
Economic Opportunities, Education, Empowerment, Gender Equality, Inclusive Decision Making, Inclusive Economic Development, Inclusive Market Systems, Local Governance, Private Sector Collaboration, Sharing Knowledge, Youth

World University Service of Canada (WUSC), Ghana, through the West Africa Governance and Economic Sustainability in Extractive Areas (WAGES) Project and in collaboration with the High Commission of Canada to Ghana organized a Responsible Business Practice Forum on November 20th, 2019 at Alisa Hotel in Accra. Under the theme “Mining Social License and the Community Benefits Agreements Approach: What Prospects for Ghana?” the Forum brought together stakeholders from local and national government, civil society organizations, diplomatic representatives, and both public and private sector actors within the extractive industry.