There is a need for improved community engagement processes in many parts of the world. This report presents an in-depth contextual framework for an understanding of the community experience of mining as a historical process. An extensive literature review and interviews with communities associated with two mine sites in Peru informed the research. The ultimate goal is to facilitate an improvement in community-mine relations in a context that has been characterized by increasing social protest, conflict and violence.

Mining and Community Engagement in Peru: Communities Telling Their Stories to Inform Future Practice

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  • Glevys Rondon

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Institution: IM4DC (International Mining for Development Centre)

Date: May 2014

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There is a need for improved community engagement processes in many parts of the world. This report presents an in-depth contextual framework for an understanding of the community experience of mining as a historical process. An extensive literature review and interviews with communities associated with two mine sites in Peru informed the research. The ultimate goal is to facilitate an improvement in community-mine relations in a context that has been characterized by increasing social protest, conflict and violence.

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