Date: Monday 29 October 2018
Time: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Location: Room 214, Level 2, Melbourne Convention Centre
Centred around hands-on case studies using practical experiences, this one day Social License to Operate Workshop will address the critical challenge of earning the right to have a presence of place within a community, faced by both the mining industry and other related industries.
This is a core issue. Gaining regulatory approval for mining projects and developing them is a challenging, time and money intensive process. Without a social license to operate, these investments can be rendered worthless.
This workshop will explore strategies for improving relations between miners and the communities in which they operate.
- Hear practical case examples of successful community engagement from the coal face – direct from operating miners and the communities in which they operate
- Develop successful strategies for community engagement, in terms of both strategy but also engagement methods
- Understand how to work in a two way collaborative manner with the communities in which you operate
- Learn how to work practically in your community towards combating the demonization of the mining industry – “the bush telegraph spreading bad news”
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE SOCIAL LICENSE TO OPERATE WORKSHOP?
- Senior Strategic Executives and Community Managers from Mining Companies seeking to improve their community relations
- Communications Managers
- Corporate Affairs Managers
- Permits Managers
- Land Access Managers
- Social Responsibility Managers
- Environment Managers
AGENDA AT A GLANCE
Morning session: Mining with Principals
- Welcome: Nic Pollock, k2fly
- Mining with Principals: Nicky Black, ICMM
- Stakeholder engagement and the changing landscape of social media: Kirsty Danby, Platform Communications
Mid-morning session: Social Licence in Developing Countries
- The role of data analysis in community development: Meg Kauthen, Business for Development
- Lessons from the bush, jungle and desert: William Witham, AAMEG
Afternoon session: Native Title and Cultural Heritage Considerations
- Native Title agreements and cultural considerations: Kellie Hill, Kellie Hill Consulting
- Case Study: The Keeping Place – Systematising Cultural Heritage: Navin Nirmalrajan, k2fly
Final session: Stakeholder Relations, Social Media and Panel Discussion
AusIMM Professional Development (PD)
Attending a workshop at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) will contribute up to 7.5 hours towards your professional development (PD).
AusIMM members are encouraged to engage in ongoing professional development (PD) throughout their career. Maintaining current knowledge and skills through PD activities is key to ensuring AusIMM members continue to be the leading professionals in the global resources sector.