Local Voices matter
The 'pulse' survey is now closed. Thank you to everyone who had their say. Our team is analysing the data now and we look sharing the results with the community soon.
Register below if you would like to be informed of future surveys:
About Voconiq Local Voices
Voconiq Local Voices is a unique community engagement program based on research conducted by Australia's national science agency, CSIRO. Curimining has engaged us to provide the communities neighboring its' proposed operations with the opportunity to express their opinions and experiences.
The Voconiq Local Voices program aims to improve understanding between Curimining and its community and generate better relationships and results. Curimining is committed to using community insights in its decision-making, and while they may not be able to resolve every issue raised, the company will be better informed about the things that matter most to their local community.
How we work with you:
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Get involved to unlock donations for local community groups and make your voice heard. It's quick and easy.
We support the communities in which we work through the Voconiq Local Voices program of donations to the community. This allows eligible community groups (such as schools, charities, and non-profit clubs and organizations) within the study region to apply for donations.
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Each time a survey is completed, community members can allocate a donation to one or more Voconiq Local Voices registered community groups in their area.
Your voice can help community groups you care about!
What you've told us
Thank you to those who shared their feedback in the previous surveys. You can check the results here:
Frequently asked questions
Local Voices is a specialised service offered by Voconiq which captures a full spectrum of opinion at a grassroots level around an industrial operation. It is a way for organisations to conduct a long-term regular analysis of community attitudes to the company’s operations in and around specific communities. It gives the communities neighbouring the operations a voice that is being heard by the company and is helping to inform business decision making.
A detailed 'anchor' survey (or baseline) is conducted to understand the key trust drivers in the community, followed by regular 'pulse' surveys to track changes over time. Surveys can be completed online, on mobile, pen and paper, or through brief phone interviews.
In addition, every survey can help earn money for local not-for-profit groups through the Voconiq Local Voices Community Reward Program. Every time a survey is completed, community members can assign a donation to one or more community groups registered with Voconiq.