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Title: Action Voices
Published 2013

Summary: The Bench Marks Foundation developed the concept of the Community Monitoring School because a vacuum of knowledge exists within communities when dealing with big corporations. The message of the Community Monitoring School is "nothing for us without us" and the 2013 school's motto was "We are Watching You!"...

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Title: Action Voices
Published 2012

Summary: The foreward by the Rt. Reverend Dr. Jo Seoka sets the pace for this incisive issue which continus with monitor's writing and community reports on happenings in various parts of the country includuding Ekurhuleni, Rustenburg, Vaal, Klerksdorp, Free State, Limpopo and Mpumalanga...

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Title: Action Voices
Published 2011

Summary: The issue opens with the customary foreward by the Rt. Reverend Dr. Jo Seoka and, thereafter, the remainder of this issue is devoted to monitor's writing and community reports followed by an article on the use of social media and building networks. It closes with some insight into recent action research...

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Title: Rustenburg Community Report 2011
Published 2010

Summary: The Bench Marks Foundation has had a long relationship with the communities of Rustenburg. In 2007 we produced the first report (Policy Gap 1) where we reviewed the Corporate Social Responsibility of mining corporations operating in Rustenburg. In 2011 we produced our second study to review the changes since our first 2007 report....

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Title: Action Voices
Published 2010

Summary: This issue features a foreward by the Rt. Reverend Dr. Jo Seoka, an Introduction by BMF Executive Director John Capel, sections covering monitor's writing, and community reports as well as 2 interesting articles on building the African community monitor's network and using new media as an organizing tool...

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