Effective stakeholder engagement enables us to build and strengthen social license. We work to establish and maintain productive relationships with our stakeholders and to maximize the shared benefits of our activities. Through our work, we aim to contribute to long-term prosperity and position ourselves as a partner of choice.

We take a thoughtful, sincere and ethical approach to engaging with our stakeholders and catalyzing the development of sustainable communities. We recognize that a significant part of our role is to help build human and institutional capacity wherever we operate so that local communities can achieve their development goals.

Our 2018 Performance:

  • Participated in more than 609 community meetings and 189 government meetings across Sherritt.
  • Recorded 118 grievances, about half of which were one community complaint recorded by 51 separate individuals.
  • Continued to support a road safety program by UNICEF for children in Cuba.
  • Generated more than $1 billion in economic benefits for host communities and countries.
  • Made our first significant royalties payment at Ambatovy after Madagascar put in place an appropriate regulatory framework for administration of royalties.