Managing Community Unrest Resulting From Political Lobbying For Municipal Elections 2016, hosted at Mainstream Renewable Power on the 26th April 2016
The purpose of this roundtable conversation was to identify risks resulting from increased tensions within the community due to upcoming municipal elections that may impact on the construction and operations activities of ipps, including the implementation of socioeconomic development (SED) and enterprise development (ED) initiatives. The discussion analyse incidents that are likely to occur and shared insights on general mitigation strategies that can be applied by individual projects.
The presentations can be downloaded by clicking on the below links:
Pre-election Conflict Management
Renewable Power Communities Local Economic Development
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