PART ONE; INTRODUCTION (pp 3-38)
2. The Social License
3. What’s wrong with CSR?
PART TWO: THE FOUNDATIONS (pp 39-90)
4. Legitimacy: which organisations might receive social license for their activities?
5. Trust: confidence in the relationship with those affected
6. Consent: granting necessary permissions for an activity
PART THREE: BUILDING AND LOSING CONDITIONS FOR THE SOCIAL LICENSE (pp 91-130)
7. Benefits: the delivery of sufficiently positive outcomes for all concerned
8. Tackling imbalances of power: knowledge, participation, transparency and accountability
9. Prevention and remedies: protecting victims and ensuring justice
PART FOUR: WHAT NEXT? (pp 131-168)
10. Different organisations and the social license
11. A basis for partnership and accountability
12. The social license – a prognosis