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mining participation rates has led Ken Getz and Alfonso Alanis, two members of the Society's task force, to assess the degree to which minority physicians themselves have access to, and participate in, clinical trials. This is an

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The mining industry is a leading industry in terms of contribution to the economic development of the country, and it is also considered as one of most dangerous fields of industry by the number of accidents, injuries, occupational

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2020/03/30· Fundamental socio-cultural barriers impede the economic integration of women. In addition, there are institutional and legal barriers, such as poor access to vocational training or jobs in the formal (particularly private) sector, a lack

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national conversation on mining in decades. It resulted in the Canadian Minerals and Metals Plan (CMMP) —a framework to guide a competitive, future looking minerals and metals industry. Launched in March 2019, 1 the pan

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women, to enter the mining and minerals industry and to benefit from the exploitation of the nation's mineral resources' (Department of Minerals and Energy, 2004). In its preamble, the Mining Charter recognizes that prior to the

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AN ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS AFFECTING WOMEN

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Driving transformation: The role of women in SA …

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impede women's, especially mothers', integration into economic activities6. Social assumptions and myths about women's ability to do certain types of work (e.g. working in a mine, forestry industry, or engaging in physical