Resources

Future Workforces for the Mining Sector
On the 27 June 2017, Christine Charles was invited to speak at the inaugural Copper to the World Conference, in Adelaide.

The conference presented information on the latest trends in the international copper industry, the importance of our international partnerships and ongoing developments in innovation and research.
Christine spoke on 'Future Workforces for the Mining Sector'.
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The Internet of People - the Human Dilema
The SA Government is co-ordinating the Copper Strategy with Industry to ensure together they are a key contributor to Australia becoming the third largest copper producer in the world.

RESA – Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance, South Australia, invited Professor Charles, to present at an Industry Copper Strategy Success forum in March 2017, on ‘Leading Your Organisation in an Age of Disruptive Technologies.’

Christine invited participants to consider ‘disruptive technology’ and ‘innovation’ in mining and what they could do to prepare their company for South Australias’ future as a major copper producer.
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The Future of Work - the social side
Christine Charles , D4G Managing Director was invited to present at a RESA – Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance, South Australia forum in September 2016.

Christine spoke on the future workforce of a post mining economy. Attendees were challenged to consider how industry could utilise a digitally enabled society, a globalised professional industry and cyclical industry to promise local jobs, local benefits and diversity?
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Leading Practice in Aboriginal Procurement in the Extractive Sector
In September 2016, Christine Charles was invited to present at the Aboriginal Enterprise in Mining, Energy and Exploration (AEMEE) conference.

Christine’s presentation, Leading Practice in Aboriginal Business Procurement in the Extractive Sector drew on her work experience and position as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland, and with the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) who are a leading research centre, committed to improving the social performance of the resources industry globally.
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An industry perspective on assessing impact on social, health and environmental factors in the extractive sector
The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, through a combination of conferences and residency programs, supports the work of scholars, artists, thought leaders, policymakers, and practitioners who share in the Foundation’s pioneering mission to “promote the well-being of humanity around the world.” In 2015, Christine Charles was invited to participate in a convention of prominent experts, influencers, and other key stakeholders to advance knowledge, form new partnerships and financial commitments. Christine’s’ presentation on an Industry perspective on assessing impact on social, health and environmental factors in the Extractive Sector, is available below.
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