7.0 Further reading

7.1 Baseline studies and impact assessments

A comprehensive list of references for various aspects of social impact assessment is on the website of the SIA Hub (http://www.socialimpactassessment.com/resources-references.asp).

IAIA (International Association of Impact Assessment) has a range of resources available on its website (http://www.iaia.org/default.aspx).

ICMM (2010). Good practice guidance on health impact assessment, ICMM, London, http://www.icmm.com/document/792).

FC, International Business Leaders Forum, UNGC (2010). A guide to human rights impact assessment and management, http://www.guidetohriam.org/guide/drawstep/introduction (registration required).

Minerals Council of Australia (no date). Socioeconomic benefits and impacts: an assessment and planning toolkit, Canberra, http://www.minerals.org.au/data/assets/image/seiba-toolkit-draft23august.pdf.

F Vanclay, AM Esteves (eds) (2011). New directions in social impact assessment: conceptual and methodological advances, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, USA.

7.2 Closure planning

Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (2016). Mine closure, Australian Government, Canberra, http://www.industry.gov.au/resource/Programs/LPSD/Pages/LPSDhandbooks.aspx.

ICMM (2008). Planning for integrated mine closure: toolkit, ICMM, London, http://www.icmm.com/document/310.

7.3 Conflict management

ICMM (2009). Human rights in the mining and metals industry: handling and resolving local level concerns and grievances, pilot testing version, ICMM, London, http://www.icmm.com.

ICMM, ICRC, IFC, IPIECA (2011). Voluntary principles on security and human rights: implementation guidance Tools, London, http://www.voluntaryprinciples.org/resources/.

FC CommDev (2008). Community development and local conflict: a resource document for practitioners in the extractive sector, Washington DC, http://commdev.org/content/document/detail/1801/.

Institute for Business and Human Rights (2011). From red to green flags, http://www.ihrb.org/news/2011/from_red_to_green_flags.html.

UN Global Compact / PRI, 2010, Guidance on responsible business in conflict-affected and high-risk areas: a resource for companies and investors, United Nations, New York, http://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/issues_doc/peace_and_business/guidance_rb.pdf.

7.4 Complaints and grievance procedures

Compliance Advisor Ombudsman for the International Finance Corporation, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, Members of the World Bank Group (2008). Advisory note: a guide to designing and implementing grievance mechanisms for development projects, Washington DC, http://www.cao-ombudsman.org/html-english/grievance_mechanisms2.htm.

ICMM (2009). Human rights in the mining and metals industry: handling and resolving local level concerns and grievances, ICMM, London, http://www.icmm.com/page/15816/human-rights-in-the-mining-metals-sector-handling-and-resolving-local-level-concerns-grievances.

FC (2009). Addressing grievances from project-affected communities: good practice note, IFC, Washington DC, at http://www.ifc.org/ifcext/sustainability.nsf/content/publications_resettlement.

D Kemp, N Gotzmann (2008). Community grievance mechanisms and Australian mining companies offshore: an industry discussion paper, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, University of Queensland, Brisbane, http://www.csrm.uq.edu.au/docs/csrm_%20minerals%20industry%20grievance%20discussion%20paper_final.pdf.

7.5 Gender

Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (2013). Diversity in the Western Australian resources sector Perth, ahttp://www.cmewa.com/UserDir/CMEPublications/131101-PS-Diversity%20in%20WA%20Resources%20lndustry%20-%202013%20Survey%20Report%20-%20FINAL-v1575.pdf.

D Kemp, J Keenan, J Davidson (2009). Why gender matters: a resource guide for integrating gender considerations into communities work at Rio Tinto, Rio Tinto and Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, University of Queensland, Brisbane, http://www.riotinto.com/documents/reportspublications/rio_tinto_gender_guide.pdf.

C O’Faircheallaigh (2012). ‘Women’s absence, women’s power: Indigenous women and mining negotiations in Australia and Canada’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, published online, February, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2012.655752.

United Nations Development Program Regional Bureau for Europe and the CIS (2007). Gender mainstreaming in practice: a toolkit, Geneva, http://empoweringcommunities.anu.edu.au/documents/ga%20toolkit.pdf.2.

7.6 Human Rights

International Finance Corporation, International Business Leaders Forum, UNGC (2010). A guide to human rights impact assessment and management, http://www.guidetohriam.org/guide/drawstep/introduction (registration required).

ICMM (International Council on Mining and Metals) 2009. Human rights in the mining and metals industry: handling and resolving local level concerns and grievances, pilot testing version, IMM. London, http://www.icmm.com.

UN Global Compact / PRI (2010). Guidance on responsible business in conflict-affected and high-risk areas: a resource for companies and investors, United Nations, New York, http://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/issues_doc/peace_and_business/guidance_rb.pdf.

J Ruggie (2008). Protect, Respect and Remedy: a framework for business and human rights: report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises, United Nations, Geneva, http://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/issues_doc/human_rights/Human_Rights_Working_Group/29Apr08_7_Report_of_SRSG_to_HRC.pdf.

J Ruggie (2011). Guiding principles on business and human rights: implementing the United Nations Protect, Respect and Remedy’ framework: report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises, United Nations, Geneva, http://www.business-humanrights.org/media/documents/ruggie/ruggie-guiding-principles-21-mar-2011.pdf.

World Bank Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (2008). The voluntary principles on security and human rights: an implementation toolkit for major project sites, working paper, Washington D.C., http://www.miga.org/documents/VPSHR_Toolkit_v3.pdf.

7.7 Indigenous Peoples

Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (2016). Working with Indigenous communities, Australian Government, Canberra, http://www.industry.gov.au/resource/Programs/LPSD/Pages/LPSDhandbooks.aspx.

ICMM (2010). Indigenous peoples and mining: good practice guide, ICMM, London, www.icmm.com.

7.8 Land access and resettlement

Asian Development Bank (1998). Handbook on resettlement: a guide to good practice, Manila, http://www.adb.org/documents/handbooks/resettlement/handbook_on_resettlement.pdf.

FC (2002). Handbook for preparing a resettlement action plan, IFC, Washington DC, http://www.ifc.org/ifcext/sustainability.nsf/content/publications_resettlement.

7.9 Monitoring and evaluation

AngloAmerican (2012). Socio-economic assessment toolbox (SEAT) v.3, http://www.angloamerican.com/development/social/seat.

CAO AOOmbudsman for IFC, MIGA, 2008, Advisory note: participatory water monitoring, a guide for preventing and managing conflict, Washington DC, http://www.cao-ombudsman.org/howwework/advisor/documents/watermoneng.pdf.

ICMM (2012). Community development toolkit, ICMM, London, http://www.icmm.com/community-development-toolkit, Tools 19 and 20, pp. 191-200.

7.10 Social licence to operate

A Browne, D Stehlik, A Buckley (2011). ‘Social licences to operate: for better not for worse; for richer not for poorer? The impacts of unplanned mining closure for “fence line” residential communities’, Local Environment, 16(7)707-725.

B Harvey (2013). ‘Social development will not deliver social licence’, The Extractive Industries and Society, 1(1)7-11, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214790X13000038.

WJ Henisz, S Dorobantu, L Nartey (2011). Spinning gold: the financial returns to external stakeholder engagement, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, http://www-management.wharton.upenn.edu/henisz/hdn.pdf.

JR Owen, D Kemp (2013). ‘Social licence and mining: a critical perspective’, Resources Policy, 38(l):29-35.

I Thomson, RG Boutilier (2011). ‘Modelling and measuring the social license to operate: fruits of a dialogue between theory and practice’, SociaLicense.com , http://socialicense.com/publications/Modelling%20and%20Measuring%20the%20SLO.pdf.

I Thomson, RG Boutilier (2011). ‘Social license to operate’, in P Darling (ed.), SME mining engineering handbook (pp. 1779-1796), Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration, Littleton, Colarado.

7.11 Stakeholder identification and engagement

K Herbertson, MA Ballesteros, R Goodland, I Munilla (2009). Breaking ground: engaging communities in extractive and infrastructure projects, World Resources Institute, http://www.wri.org/publication/breaking-ground-engaging-communities.

FC (2007). Stakeholder engagement: a good practice handbook for companies doing business in emerging markets, IFC, Washington DC, http://www.ifc.org/ifcext/enviro.nsf/attachmentsbytitle/p_stakeholderengagement_full/$file/ifc_stakeholderengagement.pdf.

L Zandvliet, MB Anderson (2009). Getting it right: making corporate-community relations work, Greenleaf Publishing, Sheffield.

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