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Building social license to operate through community engagement: the WUSC-Rio Tinto Alcan partnership in Ghana

Chris Eaton
2016 Field Actions Science Reports  
Presenting the case study of the WUSC-Rio Tinto Alcan partnership in Ghana, this article focuses on the benefits and challenges of a multi-stakeholder partnership between an NGO, a mining company, governments and local communities. Strong community empowerment, alignment of multiple stakeholders' interests, and the contribution of an expert development NGO definitely contributed to the success of the project, while also strengthening Rio Tinto's social license to operate.
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