Leading mining companies have publicly committed to improving development outcomes for the communities in which they operate. Despite the significance of this commitment, there has been little detailed examination of the scope, nature, and effectiveness of the industry’s capability to service it. This paper contributes to addressing this knowledge gap by providing a “snapshot” of how global mining companies are configuring and organising for communities and social performance (herein referred to as “CSP”).

This publication was part of the project, "Mining and Social Performance: A Review".

Language: English

Publisher: CSRM

Region: Global

Type: Report

CITATION

Johnston. S. and D. Kemp (2019). Communities and social performance in the global mining industry: A snapshot study. Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland: Brisbane.

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Organising for social performance in the global mining industry: A snapshot study