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This document offers guidance on understanding and delivering local content in relation to oil and gas projects.
Indigenous Peoples mapping tools: this resource provides an overview of existing tools for mapping the territories of Indigenous Peoples around the world.
Overview of international instruments on FPIC: this document brings together key international
This toolbox enables oil and gas companies to create, implement and raise awareness of Community Grievance Mechanisms (CGMs). Wherever oil and gas companies do business, engaging with affected communities and responding to their concerns is essential to operating successfully whilst ensuring respect for human rights.
The Human Rights Training Tool (3rd edition) enables oil and gas companies to develop a better understanding of the corporate responsibility to respect human rights and key human rights issues relevant for the industry.Operating Management System Framework for controlling risk and delivering high performance in the oil and gas industry
This new Operating Management System Framework is designed to help companies define and achieve performance goals and stakeholder benefits, while managing the broad and significant range of risks inherent in the oil and gas industry.
Ipieca has published the report of its 40th Anniversary conference held in London on 3 April 2014.
A manual for implementing operational-level grievance mechanisms and designing corporate frameworks.Integrating human rights into environmental, social and health impact assessments. A practical guide for the oil and gas industry.
This Guide describes how human rights can be integrated into environmental, social and health impact assessments (ESHIAs), which the oil and gas industry routinely uses to evaluate projects and activities.
A fact sheet from a series developed by Ipieca and OGP to demonstrate the oil and gas industry's present and future contribution to sustainable development. Prepared in advance of the 2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20). The issues that dominate the sustainable development agenda - climate change, biodiversity impacts and access to energy - are too big for individual companies to tackle alone.