CSR has been defined as ‘continuous commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large’.
This event will look at the commitment of mining companies who aim to achieve sustainable development in the communities in which they operate with the overall goal of improving economic stability for the country as a whole.
Time: 7:00am – 9:00am
Date: 13th September 2012
Location: The Old Brewery, Mounts Bay Road
Ailan Tran, Executive Adviser, External Affairs & Approvals Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd
Ailan is responsible for assisting the HPPL team achieve the state and federal government approvals and permits for implementing the ever expanding Hancock Prospecting portfolio of projects. Over the past four years, she has been a member of the senior management team responsible for developing the Roy Hill Project, Australia’s largest greenfield world class iron ore project with its own independent infrastructure. Ailan is also actively involved as a Director of The Hunger Project, a global not-for-profit organisation that delivers programs to Africa, India and Bangladesh that empower communities to achieve sustainable self-reliance; and break their dependence on aid and charity.
Skye Gilligan, Consultant
Previously heading Globe’s social responsibility strategy in Africa, Skye managed Globe’s commitment to supporting the development of strong, healthy and prosperous communities in the areas surrounding its operations. A communications specialist, Skye has more than ten years experience in marketing and PR, with the majority of that time spent in the oil, gas and mining industry.
Miles Protter, Director JMJ Associates
Miles currently runs JMJ’s Australian management consulting business, working with leaders of multi-nationals and the largest companies in Australia to ‘make the impossible possible, and make the possible real’: creating high performing projects, and leading safety with passion and effectiveness. For 8 years, he ran his own management consultancy in London – The Values Partnership – supporting CEO’s in industries from retail to FMCG to finance to develop high performing businesses.
MC: Trish O’Reilly – Program Development Manager, Australia-Africa Mining Industry Group
Trish has over 30 years of experience across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, working with a range of communities and population groups in South Africa, England and Australia.
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