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    Journal On Gender And Mining. Hot Products. Women and Gender in Mining: Challenging . This implies that mining is a complex process with a labour and gender division that has been underrated and underestimated. More importantly, women became owners of rudimentary mills ( trapiches ) where the ore was processed, selling different amounts of ...

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    Women and Gender in Mining: Challenging Masculinity ...

    This implies that mining is a complex process with a labour and gender division that has been underrated and underestimated. More importantly, women became owners of rudimentary mills ( trapiches ) where the ore was processed, selling different amounts of silver to the Spanish authorities, making their living in this way.

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    Women and Gender in the Mines: Challenging Masculinity ...

    Feb 12, 2020  This thematic issue is based on the two sessions on “Women and Gender Relations in the Labour Force: The Case of Mining, 1500–2000” that we organized in the Feminist Labour History Working Group at the 1st European Labour History Network Conference in Turin (14–16 December 2015) and in the Labour Network at the European Social Sciences

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    Gender in the Mining Industry - ROAPE

    Feb 10, 2016  In Thandi Dlamini's report on mining in South Africa she writes how more than twenty years after democracy women make up only 11% of the operational mining workforce in South Africa. Before 1994, underground work was exclusively for males. This report assesses the possible side effects of the mining industry’s apparent new found enthusiasm for female

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    The gendered impacts of mining Oxfam Australia

    Oxfam is working to ensure that gender justice becomes a central issue in global mining sector reform efforts and that women’s rights are more progressively realised. Oxfam resources. Oxfam’s Tunnel Vision: Women, Mining and Communities, was a ground breaking report and one of the first globally to expose the gendered impacts of mining.

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    Women and Gender in the Mines: Challenging Masculinity ...

    Feb 12, 2020  This thematic issue is based on the two sessions on “Women and Gender Relations in the Labour Force: The Case of Mining, 1500–2000” that we organized in the Feminist Labour History Working Group at the 1st European Labour History Network Conference in Turin (14–16 December 2015) and in the Labour Network at the European Social Sciences

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    Few miners on new gender-equality index - Mining Journal

    Mining Journal Intelligence Global Leadership Report 2020. ... "Gender equality is a critical part of our commitment to inclusion and diversity, and contributes to a stronger workforce and a ...

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    Mining activity, income inequality and gender in regional ...

    Alison Preston, Elisa Birch, The Western Australian wage structure and gender wage gap: A post-mining boom analysis, Journal of Industrial Relations, 10.1177/0022185618791589, (002218561879158), (2018).

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    Gender and Mining Governance by EGP on Exposure

    The course is aimed at representatives of governments, mining companies and civil society working on the promotion gender equality in the mining industry but is open to everyone.Register . Exposure Gender and Mining Governance Massive Online Open Course Published 2020-08-21 14:10:31 UTC Story by ...

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    Gender Issues in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining ...

    May 26, 2020  Although the Kimberley Process Core Document does not address gender explicitly, gender safeguards call for a commitment to gender equality within Kimberley Process documents, an expansion of the definition of conflict diamond to include violence against women, and the establishment of a trust fund to support interventions for women in mining ...

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    REPORT: Is gender equality mining’s ESG blind spot ...

    Jun 22, 2020  The report, entitled Gender inequality runs deep in mining, looked at the gender-related ESG policies and practices of 38 large-scale mining companies, from tracking and reporting diversity at the board level to measures supporting local procurement from women.

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    Gender and Mining Governance - TIA

    Nov 11, 2020  Gender norms that deter women in mining-affected communities from participating in community discussions or from collectively organising to advocate for their rights and interests in decisions about awarding mining licences undermine women’s ability to hold community leaders, government and companies accountable for self-serving conduct ...

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    Women's Rights and Mining

    New Gender Mining Online Library from International Women in Mining The non-profit organization International Women in Mining has included a new Gender Mining online library on their website. It already includes more than 200 publications and reports on the topic of gender equality in the mining sector, collected over more than 15 years.

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    IGF-WIMOWA Workshop Gender and Mining Governance ...

    affected by mining operations 3. Gender impact assessments and integrating gender into environmental and social impact assessments Accordingly, the event was created with a two-part structure. First, the trainers presented the main concepts of gender and mining governance, with a focus on the reasons behind women’s systemic

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    A Sample Gender Analysis - CRS

    gender analysis is an important step in helping program staff understand and address gender inequalities to maximize program results and outcomes and achieve a greater impact in the communities they serve. The full version of this gender analysis is available at

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    Gender and labour force inequality in ... - Academic Journals

    ISSN 2006- 988x ©2012 Academic Journals Full Length Research Paper Gender and labour force inequality in small-scale gold mining in Ghana Romanus D. Dinye1* and Michael O. Erdiaw-Kwasie2 1Centre for Settlements Studies, College of Architecture and Planning, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and

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    A social relations of gender analysis of artisanal and ...

    Much research on gender and artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) has tended to focus on describing the different roles women undertake in mining, while there has been less atten-tion to how gender relations are constructed, reinforced and challenged in and through ASM. Drawing from desk andfield

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    Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of Mukibira Mines in ...

    JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies is a non-funded journal. Subscriptions provide the resources to cover the cost of publishing and maintenance. Consider getting a subscription today to support the growth of Africa-centered Knowledge and its contributors. ... Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of Mukibira Mines in Vihiga ...

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    Women in Mining : A Conceptual Framework for Gender Issues ...

    Citation: Botha, Doret and Freek Cronje. 2015. “Women in Mining : A Conceptual Framework for Gender Issues in the South African Mining Sector.” South African Journal of Labour Relations 39 (1): 10-37.. Authors: Doret Botha, Freek Cronje Abstract: New mining legislation aims to rectify previous inequalities and disadvantages in the mining sector and specifically

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    Women and Gender in Mining: Challenging Masculinity ...

    This implies that mining is a complex process with a labour and gender division that has been underrated and underestimated. More importantly, women became owners of rudimentary mills ( trapiches ) where the ore was processed, selling different amounts of silver to the Spanish authorities, making their living in this way.

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    Gender Role Transformation in the Oil Mining Industry in ...

    mining is associated with increased opportunities for businesses and employment as well as challenges to the local community. Lahiri-Dutt and Mahy (2016) pointed that studies of mining and gender have consistently focused on the negative effects of mining on women‟s wellbeing and livelihoods, beginning with the lack of employment opportunities

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    Gender in the Mining Industry - ROAPE

    Feb 10, 2016  In Thandi Dlamini's report on mining in South Africa she writes how more than twenty years after democracy women make up only 11% of the operational mining workforce in South Africa. Before 1994, underground work was exclusively for males. This report assesses the possible side effects of the mining industry’s apparent new found enthusiasm for female

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    Why The Mining Industry Needs More Women - Forbes

    May 24, 2019  Mining is lagging behind in its progress on gender equality. 2018 numbers show the industry has the second-largest median gender pay gap in the UK at 24.9%. Construction comes first at 27%. The ...

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    Gender and Mining Governance - TIA

    Nov 11, 2020  Gender norms that deter women in mining-affected communities from participating in community discussions or from collectively organising to advocate for their rights and interests in decisions about awarding mining licences undermine women’s ability to hold community leaders, government and companies accountable for self-serving conduct ...

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    REPORT: Is gender equality mining's ESG blind spot ...

    Jun 22, 2020  The report, entitled Gender inequality runs deep in mining, looked at the gender-related ESG policies and practices of 38 large-scale mining companies, from tracking and reporting diversity at the board level to measures supporting local procurement from women.

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    Gender inequality rife in mining sector The Herald

    Mrs Heather Mhuriyengwe, a member of the Shurugwi Miners’ Association, revealed that gender discrimination was also rampant in the mining sector. “Gender discrimination and

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    Extracting equality: gender and the African mining ...

    Jan 25, 2017  In my recent joint paper with Andreas Kotsadam, African Mining, Gender and Local Employment, we investigated how this recent, rapid expansion in large-scale mining affects women’s job prospects. To explore the effects of mining activity on women’s livelihoods, we used a unique combination of data from over 29 countries and over 500,000 women.

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    A GUIDE TO GENDER IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE

    strategic gender interests (to achieve greater equality in private and public spheres), as well as men’s needs and interests; and • involve women and men in project assessment, decision-making and planning. This guide advises mining, oil and gas companies on how they, or their consultants, can undertake a gender impact assessment. It:

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    WIME – Woman In Mining Energy

    Gender equality is a complex issue and to address this it requires a partnership across sectors to better understand gender-responsive interventions or standards Although the education sectors especially the STEM field of study demonstrates an almost gender balance at enrolment, only a fraction of women are recruited into the mining and energy ...

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    GENDER, DIVERSITY AND WORK CONDITIONS IN MINING

    Gender, , 4 Swedish mining companies and surrounding mining communities face many challenges when it comes to social sustainable development. For example, a strong mining workplace culture and community identity can create both strong cohesion but also lead

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    Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of the Mukibira Mines ...

    Amutabi, Maurice, and Mary Lutta-Mukhebi. 2001. “Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of the Mukibira Mines in the Vihiga District.” Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women’s Studies 1 (2): 1–23. Authors: Maurice Amutabi, Mary Lutta-Mukhebi. Abstract: This essay examines the role of women in mining in Kenya compared to that of men.

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    A social relations of gender analysis of artisanal and ...

    (2020). A social relations of gender analysis of artisanal and small-scale mining in Africa’s Great Lakes Region. Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue canadienne des études africaines: Vol. 54, The Gendering of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in

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    Mining and Sustainable Development: Current Issues - 1st ...

    Aug 14, 2020  Mining is a transformative activity which has numerous economic, social and environmental impacts. These impacts can be both positive and adverse, enhancing as well as disrupting economies, ecosystems and communities. The extractive industries have been criticised heavily for their adverse impacts and involvement in significant social and

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