CP52010 - International and Comparative Mineral Law
Code: CP52010
Title: International and Comparative Mineral Law
Credit rating; level, no. of credits: 20

Aims:

This module aims at introducing participants to main principles and concepts of legal, regulatory and contractual regimes for mining, from international and comparative perspectives and within a sustainable development framework. The focus is on the understanding of ownership and mineral tenure regimes; the interface between mineral tenure regimes, competitive uses of land and environmental regulation; forms and typical clauses of mining agreements; CSR, scope and implications of voluntary regulation; an introduction to underlying conflicts for the regulation of artisanal and small-scale mining; and methods for, and trends on, community engagement in mining projects.

Module Video:


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This module is taught by:

Dr Ana Elizabeth Bastida