This project asks how the empowerment of women within a mine-affected community in Indonesia can contribute to the development of sustainable local livelihoods, and aims to test the hypothesis that womenâ€™s empowerment is the key to wider community empowerment and the creation of sustainable livelihoods in mine-affected communities. The results of the research will contribute to the formulation of better strategies or models of good practice for the management of â€˜community affairsâ€™ by mining companies operating in Indonesia and other developing countries of the Asia Pacific region. It will also contribute to the small but growing body of literature which relates the mining-community interface to theories of gender and development.
|Effective start/end date||30/03/06 → 31/12/12|
- Kaltim Prima Coal: AUD19,451.00
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