Local voices matter

Results are now available!

Thank you to those who completed the first 'anchor' survey late last year to help Rio Tinto understand what’s important in your community.  Survey results have now been shared with Rio Tinto who will use this feedback and insights to inform future business decisions.

Click below to view insights from the Local Voices 'anchor' survey conducted in 2023:

Register to participate in the next survey

The Local Voices survey for 2023 has now closed. The next survey is scheduled for 2024. Register below to be notified when the next Local Voices survey is being conducted:

About Local Voices

Rio Tinto has engaged Voconiq to conduct an ongoing analysis of community attitudes to the company's operations. This gives communities neighbouring the operations an opportunity to express their views and experiences inside the company, helping to inform the company's decision-making.

By having your say, you will be helping Rio Tinto understand the issues that matter most to you and your community.

How we work with you

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Community Rewards

By taking part in Local Voices you will be able to express your views on Rio Tinto and its activities while providing benefit to local not-for-profit community groups through our Rewards Program.

Every survey you complete unlocks a donation to the community group of your choice.

Your voice can help the community groups you care about!

Survey results

The Local Voices 'anchor' survey was conducted in October 2023.

A summary of survey insights is now available for the community:

FAQs

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.