As part of a BSR-sponsored series of events called Building Shared Value in a Complex World, BSR held a Free, Prior, and Informed Consent Workshop for Extractives Companies in London on June 19, 2012 (hereafter referred to as the BSR Workshop). Representatives from the mining, oil and gas, and financial services sectors discussed current thinking surrounding FPIC and, more specifically, its application to interactions with indigenous peoples. Dr. Conrad Feathers of the Forest Peoples Programme presented an NGO perspective on FPIC that further enriched the analysis and recommendations resulting from these discussions.
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