Environmental Governance of the Mining Sector

This webinar series explores the tools and strategies to understand and act upon the effects of mining on human rights, including the right to a safe and healthy environment of different groups in society, across time, and across different localities. We introduce the ecosystem services framework and explain how it can be used to enhance public decision-making and strengthen Environmental Impact Assessment procedures. The webinars also focus on the environmental licensing functions and tasks of government institutions at the national and regional level. Using Colombia as a case study, we analyze the role of public administration in promoting good governance and preventing environmental harm by the mining sector.
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GRACE DANERI

Did this course have a certificate?

Marjorie Tolsdorf

Dear Grace,

Thank you for your interest in the Environmental Governance of the Mining Sector webinar series. There is no certificate available after the completion of this webinar series, but if you are interested in a taking our Gender in Mining Governance MOOC, you can receive a certificate upon completion of all corresponding modules.

Thank you and all the best.

Godwin Yao Doe

Very informative and captivating session.
Please is there any certificate available?

Marjorie Tolsdorf

Dear Godwin,

Thank you for your interest in the Environmental Governance of the Mining Sector webinar series. There is no certificate available after the completion of this webinar series, but if you are interested in a taking our Gender in Mining Governance MOOC, you can receive a certificate upon completion of all corresponding modules.

Thank you and all the best.

İMED HILVANE

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aly minaz

One of the highlights of this course — at least for me — was Part 2: Module 2, especially the Conflict Pathway Analytical Framework. On the one hand, I felt like conflict was a little insensitively sanitized and downplayed in the session; however, on the other hand, I can see how thinking about conflict as an abstract thing through a critical/conflict determinant hierarchy lens can be a very helpful way to break a problem down.

Arvind Sharma

I can’t remember enrolling for this course, but it says that I am enrolled, can you help in removing myself as I can not reach the course coordinator until he/she is in my contacts?

Julie Kapuvari

Dear Arvind,

Thank you for your comment and I have unenrolled you from this webinar series.

Arvind Sharma

Thank you Julie much appreciated but it is still showing me enrolled. Maybe it will take time.

Last edited 1 year ago by Arvind Sharma
Shruti Sharma

can i get pdf version for this course

Erick  Franck  Y PATHINVO

As it has been really informative, I do wish to have a pdf copy of it
Thanks

Vikashni Goundar

This course was very informative.

Laban Owor

Awesome sessions

simon mureu

I am a great leaner on line and would call for this programe be brought with print it materials

Harouna Mahamat

Very professional. We need collective commitments to save our planet

Dillip Panda

Really it is very important to know all these things.

Izhar Ullah

Good

Izhar Ullah

Good experience

Izhar Ullah

Good session

Zwe Pyae-Kyaw

good to learn

Phillip Gosetsemang

Is it possible to provide the pdf version of the course material?

Md Shamsuzzaman

Please provide certificate me

Md Shamsuzzaman

Great knowledge for life

Sunil Dutt

this course very interesting

VEDAT

Great knowledge

Mahmoud

how do i get the certificate for this course

Mahmoud

how do i get the quizzes to answer

Tochukwu

This has beeb really educative so far. Many thanks to the collaborating partners for organizing such.

Francisco

I wish UN , can also come to my country and see what is going on in provinces like lunda Norte, lunda Sul, Cabinda , then you can help the government to create good policies

Maxwell

This course is really good to take

JOHN

It was such an essential course in my career path.