Lundin Mining is committed to providing sustainable benefits to local communities nearest to our operations, working in partnership with governments, local businesses and NGOs to support meaningful and outcome-focused initiatives. We recognize that social investment – including community investment, community development and capacity building – is an important benefit that mining operations can provide in partnership with other local, regional and national organizations and governments.
Our approach is to build strong relationships with all of our stakeholders; uphold fundamental human rights; invest in meaningful community projects and sustainable development; and respect cultures, customs and values, while engaging in open and inclusive dialogue. We adapt to the different contexts of our operations and exploration sites, in six different countries, each with its own unique cultures, languages and levels of economic development.
2020 Fast Facts
Each of our operations identify opportunities to work with the Lundin Foundation to access additional expertise and resources to magnify the impact of our investments. Lundin Mining’s site teams benefit from the Foundation's subject matter expertise while developing a shared approach to stakeholder engagement. The Foundation projects are a platform for engaging with new stakeholders, such as small- and medium-sized enterprise entrepreneurs who can become part of our supply chain or part of our economic diversification strategies.