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Goldcorp response

Author: Goldcorp, Published on: 25 September 2012

…In keeping with our commitment to transparency, I would like to acknowledge that Mr. Goodland contacted the Chair of our Sustainability, Environment Health and Safety Committee to discuss the final recommendations in the document. However, given that the document was finalized, we did not provide feedback on the content of…[it]. We remain respectful of Mr. Goodland’s point of view and the research he conducted, but encourage your readers to consult the Human Rights Assessment (HRA) that was published in 2010…Since then, Goldcorp has been diligent in its implementation of the recommendations contained in the report, including the implementation of a corporate Human Rights Policy which was developed to be consistent with international law, the ICMM Sustainable Development Framework, the UN Global Compact principles, the Voluntary Principles on Human Rights and Security, and best industry practices…

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This is a response from the following companies: Goldcorp