Corporate engagement with indigenous women in the minerals industry: Making space for theory
Indigenous women have always been involved with mineral development through activities such as artisanal mining, direct or indirect employment in larger-scale mining operations and (rarely) through direct ownership of mining operations.1 In addition, women are family members and care providers to miners. Until recently there has been limited recognition of women's contributions and interaction with the mining industry, with even less attention paid to indigenous women and processes of exclusion and inclusion in mineral development.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 12, 2008