Frank McShane Manager, Corporate Responsibility Policy and Ethics Talisman Energy Lamis Sabrah, International Program, Reach Out to Asia - Qatar Foundation Fabiana Illescas, Kinross Gold Corporation
"Good advice not only for those who are facing cuts, but for those who are just getting programs off the ground, or who are going through leadership transitions"
Katherine Valvoda Smith, Executive Director of the Center for Corporate Citizenship - Boston College
"“The CSR Training Institute’s Knowledge Center is an invaluable resource for CSR professionals worldwide. … a wealth of information.”"
Jillaine Kassem, Social Innovation and Impact
Desarrollo al Cubo
"“I appreciate the clarity of the language and how honestly the issues and bottlenecks that CSR professionals encounter are conveyed, without neglecting the often-overlooked opportunities that are available.”"
Jillaine Kassem, Social Innovation and Impact
Desarrollo al Cubo
"“… a no-nonsense, refreshing and balanced approach to a frequently misunderstood subject.”"
Jillaine Kassem, Social Innovation and Impact
Desarrollo al Cubo
"“Your program made a great impression on me so I decided to build on it! I’m doing a part-time MBA-CSR at Nottingham University”"
Senga Chitoshi, Corporate Counsel
Mopani Copper Mines Plc, Zambia
"If only I would have had these great insights during budget crunch time, I'm sure I could have fared much better. Like always, novel perspectives for sustainability professionals. Thanks, Wayne."
Florangela Santamaria, Strategic Communications, Stakeholder & Community Relations Professional, Honduras
"… readily available to provide support to organizations like Amref that are seeking partnerships, and looking to bring about positive change in a collaborative and concrete way. Wayne and the CSR Training Institute helped us to identify and connect with potential partners and are always available. The training, the expertise, the network and the overall support are world-class."
Onome Ako, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Amref Health Africa
"The CSR Program put together by Professor Dunn and the CSR Training Institute is a pragmatic blend of theory and practice, very applicable to helping organizations meet real-world challenges."
Frank McShane Manager, Corporate Responsibility Policy and Ethics Talisman Energy
""…knowledgeable, eye-opening and truly inspiring!""
Lamis Sabrah, International Program, Reach Out to Asia - Qatar Foundation
"Relevant, current, insightful, informative"
Fabiana Illescas, Kinross Gold Corporation
"Useful, not only for CSR but for development projects in general. Too often designers worry about external stakeholders. If internal stakeholders can be engaged, chances of both success and sustainability are increased."
Linn Hammergren, International Development Consultant
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  • President & Founder, CSR Training Institute
    Professor of Practice in CSR at McGill University

    Wayne is an award-winning recognized global expert in CSR with extensive teaching, writing, lecturing and Advisory Service experience. Consulting for major industries, governments and international organizations he has worked on over 60 CSR projects spanning six continents and nearly 3 decades.
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  • Vice-Chairman, Global Leadership Foundation

    The Rt. Hon. Joe Clark has served Canada as Prime Minister, Foreign Minister, Constitutional Affairs Minister and Opposition leader during his 25 years in the Canadian Parliament. He currently serves as the Vice-Chairman of the Global Leadership Foundation supporting global governance and political leadership. During his extensive career he has served in strategic, advisory and supportive roles to a host of global, national and international organizations.
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  • Founder of Ethical Corporation Magazine, Stakeholder Intelligence & Innovation Forum

    Toby Webb is a founder of Ethical Corporation and Stakeholder Intelligence. He is a lecturer in Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability at Birkbeck College, University of London, where he is on the Ph.D. programme and runs Executive Education courses.
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  • CEO Banro Corporation

    John Clarke has 30+ years executive level experience in the mining sector including nearly 15 years as CEO and 20 years of Board level experience with publicly traded firms.
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  • International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    Tania Lozansky is the Regional Head of Advisory Services in East Asia and the Pacific for the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group. IFC’s mission is to promote sustainable private sector development in emerging markets.
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  • Professor of Political Science, McGill University, Founding Director, ISID (McGill)

    Philip Oxhorn (PhD, Harvard) is a Founding Director of the Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID). He is a recognized expert on democratic development, civil society, international indigenous issues, human rights and governance.
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  • World Vision Canada

    Terry Gray is part of the Senior Management Team within the International and Canadian Programs division of World Vision Canada. Throughout his 23-year career in the NGO sector, he has worked in collaboration with various industry partners on development projects.
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  • Deputy Director, UNDP Africa

    Ms Harmandip Ruby Sandhu-Rojon holds office in Accra as the United Nations Resident Coordinator and the Director of the United Nations Information Centre, Accra. She is also the UNDP Resident Representative. With over 25 years of experience in the UN system, Ms. Ruby Sandhu-Rojon has deep knowledge for enhancing the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the overall global development agenda.
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  • Senior Mineral Sector Governance Advisor, United Nations Economic Commission on Africa

    Dr. Busia is the Senior Mineral Sector Governance Advisor for the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa’s African Mineral Development Centre. He leads the governance and participation team under the African Mining Vision, an African Union mining flagship for sustainable development.
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  • Group VP, Tullow Oil, Sustainability, Health & External Affairs

    Sandra (Sandy) Stash, has over 30 years of senior international, corporate and sustainability expertise as well as serving on the Board of the US Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
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  • Partner, Fasken Martineau

    Tanneke heads up the Fasken Martineau’s Africa practice group and practises out of the firm’s Johannesburg office. She is highly regarded for her expertise and experience in the mining industry where she is recognised as a leading legal advisor. Her extensive experience includes advising on all aspects of the development and financing of mining and other natural resource projects in emerging markets.
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  • Director, Africa Opportunity Partners Investment Fund

    With over 15 years’ experience in investing in Africa, Francis Daniels is a director of Africa Opportunity Partners, the investment manager of Africa Opportunity Fund Ltd which trades on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange.
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  • Founder and Director, the purpose business

    Pat Gallardo Dwyer has fifteen years sustainability leadership experience, most recently as Global head of CSR & Sustainability for Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts.

    She holds a BA in European Studies from Ateneo de Manila University and an MA in Globalisation and Governance from the University of Birmingham.
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  • Senior VP, CSR & Corporate Affairs, Golden Star Resources

    Dr Thorpe is a senior enterprise and operational Community Relations professional (30 years in mining). He has worked in all aspects of mining from project management and implementation through exploration, construction, operations, and rehabilitation and closure.
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  • Asso. Prof. of Political Sci. at Brock Uni.

    Dr Dashwood is author of the highly regarded book: The Rise of Global Corporate Social Responsibility: Mining and the Spread of Global Norms (Cambridge University Press, 2012). She also has numerous book chapters and articles in peer-reviewed journals related to CSR and mining, including Canadian Journal of Political Science, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, Business and Society Review and Business and Society.
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  • Manager, Corporate Responsibility Policy and Ethics at Talisman Energy

    Dr. Frank McShane is the Manager, Corporate Responsibility Policy and Ethics at Talisman Energy. He works in the areas of ethical business practices, community engagement and human rights and security to steward the design and implementation of policies, standards, guidelines, practices, assurance processes, reporting and training that help the company to realize its policy commitments.
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  • CEO Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC)

    Mr. Mould was appointed CEO of the GNPC in October 2013, following 20 years in leadership positions in the petroleum, banking and financial sectors in the USA and Ghana.
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  • Director of Research, Strategy and Learning at the MasterCard Foundation

    Robin McLay is the Director of Research, Strategy and Learning at the MasterCard Foundation. Prior to joining the Foundation, Robin was the first Executive Director of McGill’s Institute for the Study of International Development.
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  • Contra the Heard Investment Letter,

    Benj Gallander is widely considered to be Canada’s top authority on contrarian investing and is co-editor of the Contra the Heard Investment Letter which has amongst the highest returns in the world at 49.4 percent in 2013, 33.5 percent annualized for five years and 18 percent annualized over the last 15.
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  • Sr. Project Development Manager, CSR Training Institute

    Huguette is an expert in community engagement and economic development with extensive experience in sub-Saharan Africa. She combines industry experience with broad knowledge of African culture and politics, speaks English, French, Lingala, and Swahili.
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  • East Africa Coordinator, CSR Training Institute

    Steve Dennis is an aid worker with 12 years of field experience working for Médecins Sans Frontières, Norwegian Refugee Council, Dignitas International, World Vision and UNDP in Sri Lanka, South Sudan, Somalia, Ivory Coast, Chad, Kenya, Malawi and South Africa.
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  • Sustainability Consultant

    Philip Von Wielligh has spent over 30 years in the South African Mining industry, much of it working on the leading edge of the Industry’s Corporate Social Responsibility practices. Working with Placer Dome, Barrick and Western Areas Gold Mining Company he was a design and implementation leader in the development of the industry’s HIV/AIDS programming in the early 2000s. Furthermore to develop practises to reduce the adverse effect of HIV /AIDS on productivity.
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  • Sociologist and Social Planner

    Nick Fog is a sociologist and Social Planner with over three decades of experience working with communities assisting them developing skills and programs in Community Economic Development and Community Resource Management.
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  • Sociologist and Social Planner

    Carlo Dade is a recognized global expert in trade, development and multi-sector development partnerships. He is a Senior Fellow in the School of International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa focusing on the role of private sector actors – diasporas and private companies – in international development.
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  • Co-founder iGBL, Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Oxford University

    Shubham has extensive experience working in the social enterprise and education technology sectors in India.He holds an MBA from the University of Oxford where he was awarded the Skoll scholarship for social entrepreneurship. He is currently co – founder of iGBL, an education technology startup venture in the UK.
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  • Mining and Sustainable Development Expert

    Since 2002, Nathan has worked with the executive leadership of the mining industry to reduce sustainability risk. This work has spanned five continents and addressed active mines, advanced projects and early stage development. Over the course of his career, Nathan has led the World Economic Forum’s mining and metals industry practice, and has spent significant time with Alcan and Rio Tinto, where he focused upon sustainability strategy at active mines and project development in West Africa, Australia and South America.
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  • Mark Sills is a partner in the Toronto law firm of Sills Egsgard LLP and practices in the area of international trade and investment. He provides legal and policy advice to foreign and Canadian companies and foreign governments on international trade and investment matters with particular emphasis on natural resource development issues and advises and represents foreign and domestic companies in Canadian trade remedy, export and import controls and customs cases.
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  • Jennifer Egsgard is a partner with Sills Egsgard LLP, a boutique law firm focusing on cross-border business issues including corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption, foreign expropriation, economic sanctions and customs matters. Jennifer lectures regularly on corporate social responsibilty-related issues including with respect to ethical supply chains, conflict minerals, transparency legislation, and CSR as it relates to anti-corruption laws.
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  • VP, Group Corporate Social Responsibility
    Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (“SingTel”)

    Andrew is Vice President for the SingTel Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility and a Talent Coach to the company’s future leaders.
    Appointed to this new Group role in May 2013, Andrew is responsible for drivingSingTel’s Sustainability strategy and practice across various areas of Marketplace, Community, People and the Environment. In particular, he is currently focused on establishing and embedding Singtel strategy in sustainable supply chain management, strategic capability-based
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  • Mining & Social Responsibility Expert

    Dr. Chris Anderson has worked as a senior executive in the mining industry in more than fifteen countries for almost twenty years including with Rio Tinto, Newmont Mining and Normandy Mining. In addition, he is a practicing academic and a field anthropologist with community experience with Indigenous peoples around the world.
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  • Managing Director, Lundin Foundation

    Stephen Nairne has served as the Lundin Foundation’s Managing Director since 2007. The Lundin Foundation manages a growing portfolio of investments in innovative, scalable SMEs and social enterprises in emerging markets, and is responsible for the design and implementation of local content initiatives (skills training, procurement / supply chain) for Lundin Group Companies.
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  • Social Responsibility Expert

    Sara Clancy is a sustainable business specialist who for the last 20 years has managed programmes for the Work Bank Group, UNDP, The Body Shop and Levis Strauss, She is also the founder of CSR4Africa an African-based think tank that develops local solutions to sustainable business issues.
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  • Environment & Social Responsibility, Newgold Inc.

    Dr. Costa is a community planner focused on socially responsible mining development. Before joining New Gold in late 2011, Silvana worked for the British Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines and as a global social performance, impact assessment, communications and aboriginal relations consultant.
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  • CEO and Managing Director, Oceano Gold

    Mick Wilkes is a mining engineer with approximately 30 years of broad international experience, predominantly in precious and base metals across Asia and Australia. Most recently, as Executive General Manager of Operations at OZ Minerals he had responsibility for the evaluation studies, construction and operation of the Prominent Hill copper gold project in South Australia, which is one of the more significant recent resource developments in Australia.
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  • Chief Executive Officer, Steelhead LNG

    Nigel’s 23 years of senior executive experience in the energy sector includes extensive work on commercial arrangements in the natural gas industry for everything from upstream exploration through the value chain to retail energy, and gas and power trading.
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  • Environmental, Aboriginal and CSR lawyer

    Dani is an environmental, Aboriginal and CSR lawyer with Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP. Dani advises natural resource and land development project proponents on regulatory approvals and relations with local and Aboriginal peoples.
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  • Upmanship: Enhancing the Science of CSR

    Event: A two-day conference addressing strategic and tactical issues related to CSR hosted by EthicScan
    Location Toronto, Canada
    Date: June 1-2, 2015
    Role: Wayne Dunn will deliver a plenary keynote address on CSR and Value Creation. The address will discuss partnerships, stakeholder engagement, communications and internal approaches and their relationship to creating shareholder and societal value.
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  • Sustainable Development in the Minerals Industry (7th Annual)

    Location: Vancouver, Canada, UBC Campus
    Date: July 12 – 15, 2015
    Event information: Since 2003 the SDIMI conference series has brought engineers, government officials, researchers, technical experts and non-governmental organizations together creating a community of mineral professionals who evaluate the challenges of creating and implementing sustainable practices in the mineral extraction industry.
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  • ECOWAS Mining and Petroleum Forum

    Location: Accra, Ghana
    Date: Oct 5 – 9, 2015
    Workshop: Managing the Growing Social Demands on the Extractive Sector
    Workshop Description: The extractive sector faces growing social demands at the same time as it is coping with softening prices and industry downturns.

    Dramatically increasing social demands are a fact of life in today’s extractive sector operations, especially in West Africa’s emerging economies.
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  • CSR Bootcamp for Executives and Leaders

    Location: Accra, Ghana
    Date: October 29-30, 2015
    Summary: Intense 2-day session on CSR principles, practices and strategies. Participants from around the world and across multiple sectors. Suitable for participants already experienced in CSR (for those without prior experience we can work with you on a preparatory reading program to enable your participation)
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  • Advanced Masterclass on CSR Strategy & Management

    Location Accra, Ghana (Alisa Hotel)
    Date: November 1-6, 2015
    Summary: An advanced certificate program in CSR Strategy and Management. This Certified Training Conference© provides participants with a pragmatic and usable advanced level understanding of CSR Strategy and Management.
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  • CSR Strategy & Value-Creation Masterclass

    Location: London, England
    Date: Nov 23-25, 2015
    Event information: First time in the Gulf Region, this well-rounded program is a pragmatic blend of principle and practice, providing participants with the tools to make a difference and the knowledge and understanding to know how to use them.

    Through presentations, case studies, group-work, role-playing and innovative interaction the session will engage, stimulate, challenge and transform.
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  • EU Africa CSR Dialogues

    Location: Luxembourg
    Date: Dec 4th, 2015
    Role: Co-producer/organizer
    Summary: CSR Dialogues will bring together a diverse group of stakeholders involved in CSR in Europe, Africa and beyond. It is a partnership between the CSR Training Institute and the EU Africa Chamber of Commerce and will be coordinated with the European Union’s closing ceremonies for the EU Year for Development.
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