CSR-in-Action to host 12th annual Sustainability in Extractive Industries Conference Bekeme Olowola (L), Chief Executive, CSR-in-Action and Convener, Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference and Teshome Nkrumah, Canadian Deputy High Commissioner and the Senior Trade Commissioner to Nigeria at the 11th
CSR-IN-ACTION, NEITI, MINISTRIES OF PETROLEUM RESOURCES, MINES & STEEL DEVELOPMENT, TO CONVERGE AT THE 11TH SITEI CONFERENCE IN LAGOS CSR-in-Action will be hosting its 11th Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference and CAHR Africa Awards 2022 on Tuesday, 22 November 2022 at Victoria Island, Lagos.
CSR-in-Action Takes on Gender-Based-Violence, Premieres Documentary on Women’s Plight Africa’s foremost sustainability consulting and advocacy outfit, CSR-in-Action, is set to premiere its expository docudrama, ‘Earth Women’, as part of its drive to tell the stories of women affected by the activities of
CSR-in-Action Organises 9th SITEI Conference: SITEI 2020; Empowers Women from Extractive Communities CSR-in-Action and partners have concluded plans to organise the 9th Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference to discuss and proffer solutions to the increased risk and challenges that the
Stakeholders in Nigeria’s extractive industries arrived at a resolution on the need for extensive community engagement to resolve the interminable issues facing the sectors. Consisting of representatives from the entire value-chain, the 8th Sustainability in the Extractive (SITEI) Conference, organised by CSR-in-Action, offered
Press Release for CAHR Awards & SITEI 2019 CSR-in-Action, Nigeria’s foremost sustainability outfit is poised to host Nigeria’s maiden Community Engagement and Human Rights (CAHR) Awards, pronounced ‘Car’ Awards, at its 8th Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference. The Awards, which consist of seven
Theme: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: A PANACEA FOR PEACE IN EXTRACTIVE OPERATIONS Justification: The development of any industry within in a nation lies in her ability to harness her natural and man-made resources in a sustainable and harmonious manner. The approach of all stakeholders
The subject of resource control and management in Nigeria has been a subject of fiery debates and audacious confrontations since the early 60s. The subject started gaining prominence with the presentation of the Ogoni Bill of Rights and the Kaiama Declaration in