Good Practice Guide: Indigenous Peoples and Mining


It is important that companies take the time to properly understand the communities they work with including their particular context, concerns and aspirations. This Guide aims to assist companies to achieve those constructive relationships with Indigenous Peoples. 

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"Good Practice Guide: Indigenous Peoples and Mining." International Council on Mining & Metals. London, United Kingdom. 2010. (, accessed May 23, 2023).

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