Ben Miller

CDA Collaborative Learning Projects (CDA), USA

Ben Miller is a Principal at CDA Collaborative Learning and leads CDA’s Responsible Business Practice Area. He sets CDA’s learning agenda for private sector issues and directs learning projects relating to business operations in fragile and conflict-affected states. He was the Principal Investigator of the Business and Peace Learning Project, which was a joint project of CDA, Peace Research Institute Oslo, and the Africa Centre for Dispute Settlement at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. Ben also works with companies to support their efforts to analyze and manage social risks and to implement good practices in their business operations. Ben has worked in the oil and gas, energy, mining, food and beverage, and construction industries. He has authored and contributed to a range of tools, guidance documents, and other published work relating to business, conflict, and peace. He represents CDA in the Voluntary Principles Initiative, where CDA is part of the NGO Pillar.

Jobs for Peace - What Does It Take?

Virtual Session 23Relate

Economic development is an important basis for peace and jobs are an important part of this economic development. But job creation alone does not automatically lead to peace. What does it take to deliver positive results?

Business and Peace - A Partnership for Making Money and Making Peace?

Session 23Translate

Economic development is important for peace. But the link between economic action and peace building is not automatic. Can we develop “win –win situations” where businesses can make money and contribute to peaceful societies?

Ben Miller is a Principal at CDA Collaborative Learning and leads CDA’s Responsible Business Practice Area. He sets CDA’s learning agenda for private sector issues and directs learning projects relating to business operations in fragile and conflict-affected states. He was the Principal Investigator of the Business and Peace Learning Project, which was a joint project of CDA, Peace Research Institute Oslo, and the Africa Centre for Dispute Settlement at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. Ben also works with companies to support their efforts to analyze and manage social risks and to implement good practices in their business operations. Ben has worked in the oil and gas, energy, mining, food and beverage, and construction industries. He has authored and contributed to a range of tools, guidance documents, and other published work relating to business, conflict, and peace. He represents CDA in the Voluntary Principles Initiative, where CDA is part of the NGO Pillar.

Jobs for Peace - What Does It Take?

Virtual Session 23Relate

Economic development is an important basis for peace and jobs are an important part of this economic development. But job creation alone does not automatically lead to peace. What does it take to deliver positive results?

Business and Peace - A Partnership for Making Money and Making Peace?

Session 23Translate

Economic development is important for peace. But the link between economic action and peace building is not automatic. Can we develop “win –win situations” where businesses can make money and contribute to peaceful societies?

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