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CSRM: Cultural heritage management

The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining has produced five training modules on social performance. These modules are short (10-15 mins), self-paced, and intended to build social performance capability for site-based staff.


CSRM: Meaningful engagement

The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining has produced five training modules on social performance. These modules are short (10-15 mins), self-paced, and intended to build social performance capability for site-based staff.


CSRM: Understanding and responding to social incidents

The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining has produced five training modules on social performance. These modules are short (10-15 mins), self-paced, and intended to build social performance capability for site-based staff.


CSRM: Social Impact Assessment

The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining has produced five training modules on social performance. These modules are short (10-15 mins), self-paced, and intended to build social performance capability for site-based staff.


CSRM: Building a social performance knowledge base

The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining has produced five training modules on social performance. These modules are short (10-15 mins), self-paced, and intended to build social performance capability for site-based staff.


Al Gore: The case for optimism on climate change

Al Gore on Climate Change...


Derek Sivers: Weird or just different

Some interesting insights into perspective...


Eric Berlow on Simplifying Complexity

Interesting similarities between actionable items in Afghanistan and the common themes we see influencing relationships between companies and communities.


Hans Rosling with the best stats ever

I think this was the first TED I ever watched. It shows the power of turning numbers into information with passion and pictures, something I wish I was much better at!


Hans and Ola Rosling on How not to be Ignorant about the World

The answers are not always as obvious as they may at first appear.


Ernesto Sirolli: Want to help someone?

An entertaining talk with a serious message about the unintended consequences of good intentions underpinned by preconceived ideas...


Dan Ariely: How equal do we want the world to be?

Sharing the benefits that mining can generate as fairly and locally as possible is one of the keys to building good relationships with local communities. The big question is: What does 'fair' look like? You may be surprised.