Key tools & guidance
Performance Standards on Environmental and Social Sustainability [see page 10], Intl. Finance Corporation, 2012
Meaningful community engagement (see p. 18 for success factors), Intl. Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), 2016
Community Consent, Land Rights Key to Growth of Renewables, Equitable Origin, 2016
Community Consent Index, Oxfam America, 2015
Examples of implementation & uses
Below are selected examples of companies' community engagement policies and practices.
Related stories and components
Author: Sakhalin Energy
In line with international best practices, Sakhalin Energy set up a Community Liaison Organisation that aims at establishing and promoting mutual understanding and good-neighbour relations with local communities, government institutions, and other...
Why human rights matter: a resource guide for integrating human rights into Communities and Social Performance work at Rio Tinto
Author: Rio Tinto, in partnership with Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM), Sustainable Minerals Institute at The University of Queensland
We know that our decisions and actions, whether inadvertent or deliberate, can result in adverse human impacts. We also recognise that respecting human rights is a continual process which we will always strive to improve. We are determined to be...
- Related stories: Rio Tinto guide on "integrating human rights into communities & social performance work"
- Related in-depth areas: Africa Americas Apparel & footwear Business tools and guidance Community engagement Company-based grievance mechanisms Conflict & peace Discrimination Displacement Europe & Central Asia Health Human rights due diligence Indigenous peoples Labour Mining National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) Supply chain Women Применение компаниями
- Related companies: Kelian Equatorial Mining (part of Rio Tinto) Rio Tinto Rio Tinto Alcan (part of Rio Tinto)
Author: Anglo American
...SEAT is a unique attempt by a major company to incorporate impact assessment into the ongoing management of major operations...Step 1 contains a suite of tools designed to build an understanding of each operation and the impacts of the operation.....