Are you able to help improve education opportunities for children living in impoverished communities? If so a 40ft container of educational materials will be shipped to Burkina Faso in mid-January 2014.
AAMEG together with Stellar Recruitment, African Professionals of Australia and Linton Kirk (Middle Island Resources) hosted a successful event focusing on work opportunities in the mining industry, for African nationals, both in Africa and in WA.
Australian Volunteers work with local people to reduce poverty by sharing knowledge, developing sustainable skills and building the capacity of individuals, organisations and communities in line with partner governments and Australian Government development priorities, and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Canadian lawyers Danielle Royal and Jay Kellerman dig into the issue of Facilitation Payments following changes to the Canadian CFPOA in June 2013. Their article incorporates certain aspects of the AAMEG submission to the Australian Attorney-General of December 2011.
Plans for Workshops and Events for 2014 are well underway, and a number of companies have been quick to step forward to sponsor an event which they know will provide them with great exposure and at the same time, show their support for AAMEG as their industry group. AAMEG has also been exploring options and developing partnerships to host workshops and seminars on the East Coast to widen our reach within the industry.
Sponsorship for Workshops and Training, involves providing a venue, refreshments and/or a speaker, and for the Celtic Club Networking Seminars.
Please get in touch with us to discuss these or any other sponsorship opportunities.
Notice of Annual General Meeting and Proxy Form can be found on this page.
AAMEG’s Annual Report 2012-13 can be downloaded from this page
Recently AAMEG undertook a membership satisfaction survey. The results showed that over 90% were “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with their AAMEG membership. To see the complete results of the survey, please look under the Useful Information tab in our members only section.
AAMEG has been exploring options and developing partnerships to host workshops and seminars on the East Coast to widen our reach within the industry.
The former Australian Federal Minister for Resources and Energy, the Hon Gary Gray, confirmed the strong link between Australia and Africa at the recent 2013 Africa Down Under conference Ministerial dinner in Perth. Australian minerals and resource companies have more projects in Africa than any other region outside of Australia; and more than 197 Western Australian companies are currently involved in African mining with over 880 different projects spread across 30 nations.