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Partnering for our Common Future

Optimizing mining’s partnering capability to contribute to community resilience and thriving societies


Partnering has long been recognized as central to accomplish the unique power of the industry to positively impact communities and society, whilst creating business value. The International Council on Mining and Metals, which we are members, has published a useful guide providing practical tools and insights to help strengthen the partnering capacity of the industry.

For the industry to play its role as a genuine partner in development, it needs to be institutionally optimized to work in that manner, with a clear and compelling strategy, the right systems and processes, the skills and culture, and the connections and relationships across stakeholder groups.

Partnership is central to achieving ICMM’s skills for our Common Future initiative, which aims to catalyze the development of skills that will support host communities to become more resilient and capable to participate in economic opportunities and to navigate and prosper through change. This document will support and guide our strategies as the Initiative evolves over the next 15 years.

The 30-page (plus appendices) guidance explains what optimized partnering is, why it is critical for the future of mining and presents the elements that need to be in place for a company to be institutionally ‘fit-for-partnering’. You can access the publication by clicking on this link

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