Good Practice Note: Community Development Agreements

In the global arena, there is a growing expectation that resource companies should contribute positively to the long-term development of impacted communities, regions and nations. For some countries this expectation has been expressed as a regulatory condition in which companies are formally required to engage in delivering social and economic benefits. In other instances, benefits are negotiated voluntarily between companies and local stakeholders as part of a broader commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) principles.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Community Engagement Practices
Author: The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining