Pia Lindström new Senior Vice President of Sustainability at LKAB

The work of adapting LKAB for the ongoing transition process continues. This entails a re-organisation of HR and Sustainability and changes in group management.

As Senior Vice President HR and Sustainability Grete Solvang Stoltz is leaving the company, a review of the organisation has been made. This means that the current position of Senior Vice President HR and Sustainability will be replaced by two positions: a Senior Vice President HR and a Senior Vice President Sustainability. Recruitment to the position of SVP Sustainability has recently been completed.


IWiM successfully delivers Fourth Consecutive International Women in Resources Mentoring Programme (IWRMP)

International Women in Mining (IWiM) is proud to announce the success of its 2021 International Women in Resources Mentoring Programme (IWRMP). The virtual closing ceremony was held on 5 October 2021 and was attended by over 130 participants worldwide. These included mentees, mentors and representatives of sponsor organisations who used the occasion to celebrate the positive impact that the programme has had on their careers and organisations.


IWiM Launches International Women in Resources Mentoring Programme 2021 with the Support of Rio Tinto, Newmont Corporation, New Gold, SRK Consulting and Centerra Gold

International Women in Mining (“IWiM”), a leading global women’s organisation focused on pursuing gender equality in the mining sector, announce the launch of the 2021 International Women in Resources Mentoring Programme (IWRMP), in collaboration with Metisphere. IWRMP is an annual cross-company initiative established to actively empower women in the mining sector by providing mentees with opportunities to accelerate their all-round professional growth.


Queenslanders shine in national Women in Resources Awards

Two Queensland women have taken out top honours in the Women in Resources National Awards presented by the Minerals Council of Australia today.

Kathryn Young, Geotechnical Engineer at BHP’s Peak Downs Mine in Moranbah took the Newcrest Exceptional Young Woman in Australian Resources Award for her impressive technical leadership, mentoring and strong advocacy on gender diversity.


Anglo American supports global Fight against gender-based Violence through their WeCare Lives and Livelihoods response to COVID-19

Anglo American is providing extensive support to its employees and host communities through its global WeCare lives and livelihoods programme response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the WeCare programme, Anglo American today announces its contribution towards accelerating the fight against gender-based violence, given the significant increases in cases of gender-based violence in many countries during lockdown.


Australia: Program Launch to help Women succeed in Resources Sector

A program to help women develop their careers in Queensland’s resources sector begins in Brisbane tomorrow (Wednesday).

The Women in Resources Mentoring Program will be officially launched tomorrow night by BHP Billiton (BHPB) Asset President Rag Udd and Leanne Enoch MP, Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business, who will be representing the Premier.


Women in Management Positions: K+S makes further Progress

For the third year in a row, the proportion of women in senior management at K+S has continued to increase. In 2013 the proportion of women in management positions in Germany came to 11.2% compared with 10% in the previous year. In 2010, the base year of the voluntary commitment of the DAX-30 companies to increase the proportion of women, the percentage was 7.2%.


Rio Tinto Coal Employee recognised in first 100 global inspirational Women in Mining

A Rio Tinto Coal employee with a 12-year mining career working in both Queensland and New South Wales has capped off a remarkable year after being selected as one of 100 inspirational women in mining from around the globe.

Rio Tinto Coal Australia NSW regional manager for resource development Heather Bell, 34, was selected among more than 500 nominations in the first 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining Project, undertaken by Women in Mining (UK).

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