SIA Guidance Document

Guidance for assessing and managing social impacts

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The Practitioner's Platform website launched
05 November 2013
Global, online, Other Countries
This website is a first step at shaping the future of our young discipline by setting some criteria and standards; to do that we are seeking to initiate a broad-ranging conversation with our community of social performance practitioners.

We are a group of independent social performance practitioners who work closely with resource development organizations to manage the social impacts and risks associated with their projects and to realize the social opportunities and benefits they can bring.

The landmark document MMSD was released in 2002. Ten years later, we believe that the time is right to reflect on what has been achieved in our emerging discipline, to look forward to what is yet to be done, and to define a long-term vision to guide our efforts. Most importantly, we believe that the time is right to renew our focus on achieving better outcomes on the ground, at the project level, for communities, governments and companies alike.

We welcome your participation and input, and look forward to working with you to move our discipline forward.

What Now? Get involved, join the conversation on the other pages, share resources, sign up to the newsletter on the website.

 
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