Diversity and inclusion
Diversity and inclusion
Advancing diversity and inclusion in mining
A sustainable resources industry relies on welcoming a diverse range of talent into our professions, reflective of the communities in which we live and work, and supporting all people in resources to reach their full potential.
Diverse skills, experience and perspectives allow us, as people working across the sector, to be successful. This sort of diversity demands inclusion. Inclusion is about creating the right environment, with the right culture and leadership. This is about creating safe physical and psychological spaces that allow people to bring the best and most authentic version of themselves to work.
Industry experts provide practical advice, inspiration, resources and guidance to assist employers, employees and the broader mining sector to foster a more diverse and inclusive workforce.
Diversity and inclusion in mining with Ben Auld, Mining Plus
Practical information on workplace diversity, inclusion and flexibility
AusIMM launches inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan
AusIMM advocate for women’s empowerment through Queensland resources sector
We are pleased to share a copy of a recent submission, developed in collaboration with AusIMM members, to the Queensland Government in relation to its new Women’s Strategy.
AusIMM and Pride Professionals commit to a diverse and inclusive sector
Join an AusIMM Women in Mining Network
AusIMM's Women in Mining Networks promote diversity and inclusion through networking events, mentoring and professional development initiatives.
A conversation with Florence Drummond
Florence shared her story and spoke about how she is helping to build connections and create conversations that showcase Indigenous involvement in the mining sector.
AusIMM Women in Mining Survey
AusIMM’s annual Women in Mining Survey provides data, analysis and insights on women’s participation in the resources sector, with a focus on the Australasian region.
The graph below gives a snapshot of 2021 respondent’s feedback on the most important areas to focus on to improve diversity and inclusion in the sector.
The full 2021 Women in Mining Survey report offers industry, governments and professionals an evidence base upon which to build future efforts to continue creating a welcoming, inclusive environment for all women in resources.
Discussing diversity with Helena Hedblom, President and CEO, Epiroc AB
Helena also discusses how Epiroc’s equal opportunities vision is helping to support employees to take on new opportunities within the company.