Social Responsibility in the Development of the Community’s Seven Tribes in the Region of the PT. Freeport Papua, INDONESIA


Authors : Maylen K.P. Kambuaya.

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 1 - January

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This type of qualitative research approach through Phenomenology, the results showed that CSR activities conducted by the company is not optimal is done, the company hasn’t been paying attention to the interests of the community in particular and the seven tribes communities in General, we can see that the company should pay attention to the balance in the intense lebin surroundings, currently seven tribes accept the fact that the presence of Freeport in the life and activity of their . Freeport has entered the lives of seven tribes in depth and presents new problems for them, for example the loss of customary rights over the land, the destruction of socio-economic system, destruction of the environment and natural resources resulting from changes in the ecosystem, including the occurrence of various acts of violence which could be categorized as prolonged human rights violations. Society of seven tribes have different local wisdom in every area of indigenous land, so that Corporate Social Responsibility programs must be tailored to local conditions. This has as a consequence the company keberdayaan as “Agents of Development” amongst the people is thus very important for the company to know the social, economic and cultural conditions of the local community.

Keywords : Land.

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