Roundtable on Informed and Educated
Communities and Other Stakeholders

Security, Rights & Development Roundtable No. 126
May 7, 2015
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Join us for our next Security, Rights & Development Roundtable meeting which will take place on Thursday, May 7. Information may be power, but it should also be seen as empowering. Many conflicts occur due to a lack of information and understanding. This Roundtable will examine how informing and educating communities, landowners, and other stakeholders can improve understanding. The panel will look at the importance of educating communities and landowners, as well as focusing on how information can even empower certain other stakeholders such as artisanal miners, not only reducing conflict but fostering economic development.


Rebecca Adamson - First Peoples Worldwide
Brad Brooks-Rubin - Gemological Institute of America
Garth Meintjes - International Senior Lawyers Project
Please note that attendance at the Roundtable is by invitation only.
If you are interested in joining the Roundtable, please contact Hannah Blyth.



  Agenda and Participation List
  PowerPoint 1: Rebecca Adamson
  PowerPoint 2: Brad Brooks-Rubin

Related Content

  Garth Meintjes: URL 1: Overview
  Garth Meintjes: URL 2: Community Support
  Garth Meintjes: URL 3: Lawyers for Resource Justice
  Garth Meintjes: URL 4: NAMATI