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Indigenous aspirations and rights : the case for responsible business and management /
edited by Amy Klemm Verbos, Ella Henry and Ana Maria Peredo.
London : Routledge, 2017.
188 pages ; 23 cm
1783533234, 1783533994, 9781783533237, 9781783533244, 9781783533992, 9781783534005
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London : Routledge, 2017.
contents note
Business's effects on Indigenous aspirations and rights: An introduction / Amy Klemm Verbos, Ella Henry, Ana Maria Peredo -- A business case examined through an Indigenous lens / Carma M. Claw, Deanna M. Kennedy, Deborah Pembleton -- The dark side of responsible business management / Dennis Foley -- Environmental crisis in New Zealand: Tribal, government, and business responses to the sinking of the MV Rena / Ella Henry, Hugh Sayers -- The Chinese, political CSR, and a nickel mine in Papua New Guinea / Benedict Y. Imbun -- Indigenous rights capital: The basis for sustainable enterprise creation / Bob Kayseas, Bettina Schneider, Raquel Pasap and Moses Gordon, Bob Anderson -- Indigenous human rights perils as an ongoing challenge / Amy Klemm Verbos -- Reclaiming pluriverse in CSR: Brazilian Indigenous peoples and the Finnish forest cluster / Susanna Myllylä -- Community-business dialogues / Natalia Aguilar Delgado -- A business quest for peace / Douglas Adeola, Ogechi Adeola -- Everything is one? Relationships between First Nations and salmon farming companies / Lars Huemer -- Strong Indigenous communities: Indigenous worldviews and sustainable community development / Keith James and Mark L.M. Blair -- Hupacasath First Nation: Roadmap to a sustainable economy / Judith Sayers (Kekinusuqs) and Ana Maria Peredo -- Conclusion: Making the case for responsible business and management / Ella Henry, Ana Maria Peredo, Amy Klemm Verhos.
general note
Ella Henry is a New Zealand editor.
Indigenous Aspirations and Rights takes an Indigenous perspective in examining the intersection of business with Indigenous peoples' rights, in light of the UN Global Compact and the PRME. Indigenous rights include, but are not limited to, human, cultural, educational, employment, participatory development, economic, and social rights, rights to land and natural resources, and impacts on identity, institutions, and relations. This book illustrates three main aspects of business practices in relation to Indigenous peoples: Indigenous perspectives on failures, business and ongoing challenges to Indigenous aspirations and rights, and modelling success for Indigenous and business interests.
catalogue key
Includes bibliographical references.

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