The purpose of this workbook is to introduce the Impoverishment Risk and Reconstruction Model for Resettling Displaced Populations (the “IRR model”) and highlight how it can be applied in the mining industry. The workbook briefly explains the context and origins of the IRR model, its inherent logic, and its application in the mining sector. This is followed by an overview of the model’s eight (8) risk categories. The workbook only briefly covers risk reversal and reconstruction. The emphasis in this workbook is on understanding the types of impoverishment risks contained within the model, rather than on strategies used for the purposes of risk reversal and reconstruction. The workbook includes activities designed to prompt critical engagement with the material and/or think of illustrative examples.

Applying the Impoverishment Risks and Reconstruction (IRR) Model to Involuntary Resettlement in the Global Mining Sector

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  • Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining

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Place: Brisbane, Australia

Institution: Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland

Date: December 2017

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The purpose of this workbook is to introduce the Impoverishment Risk and Reconstruction Model for Resettling Displaced Populations (the “IRR model”) and highlight how it can be applied in the mining industry. The workbook briefly explains the context and origins of the IRR model, its inherent logic, and its application in the mining sector. This is followed by an overview of the model’s eight (8) risk categories. The workbook only briefly covers risk reversal and reconstruction. The emphasis in this workbook is on understanding the types of impoverishment risks contained within the model, rather than on strategies used for the purposes of risk reversal and reconstruction. The workbook includes activities designed to prompt critical engagement with the material and/or think of illustrative examples.

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