Advancing Indigenous Community - Corporate Agreements: Lessons from Practice in the Canadian Mining Sector
Article from: OGEL 4 (2011), in Indigenous People and Resources Development
A significant volume of literature has emerged in recent years on negotiated agreements between the mining industry and indigenous communities. The focus of much attention, however, has been on characterizing and explaining the emergence of such agreements and identifying their potential to supplement existing regulatory-based processes. There has been much less attention to examining practical experiences with negotiated agreements and the lessons emerging. In this paper, we examine two Canadian case studies of negotiated agreements in the mining industry: one in British ...