Eldorado Gold is committed to:
1. To identify, assess, prioritize and prevent or reduce potential and existing adverse social impacts, to maintain systems and regularly conduct due diligence, risk and impact assessments, and periodically update our assessments and make them accessible to the affected locals.
2. Engaging with stakeholders regularly and in good faith to understand the interests and concerns of stakeholders and to integrate this information into the way we do business to gain and maintain a great deal of their support and identify opportunities for continual improvement.
3. Interact with local people, including opinion leaders, in a culturally appropriate manner and be sensitive to adverse impacts on women, children, and other potentially vulnerable or marginalized groups. To try to include these groups and their related elements in our way of doing business.
4. To establish fair, accessible, effective, and practical mechanisms where stakeholders opinions and complaints about our activities can be raised and resolved without the risk of discrimination or retaliation.
5. Working with local authorities and opinion leaders to manage the effects of population mobility where it is possible to avoid displacement of local people due to mining activities. Where this is unavoidable, seek the opinions of the communities affected by our activities to provide fair and appropriate solutions commensurate with national regulations and industry best practices.