Advancing Together With Barrick Gold


Modern, responsible mining relies on a diverse team of experts and professionals from geologists to hydrologists, chemists and biologists, engineers, accountants and sustainable development specialists. In our new Beyond Borders blog, we ask some of Barrick’s experts to share their perspectives.

August 16, 2017

Advancing water transparency

To enhance transparency and help people better understand Barrick’s water performance, we’re making our water usage data more readily available in a form that our stakeholders haven’t seen before


July 19, 2017

Taking point on digitally transforming maintenance

Jami Dwyer is Barrick’s Product Owner for the Asset Health tool, which will allow maintenance teams to digitally monitor the condition of equipment, such as haul trucks and their components. This will enable maintenance teams to work proactively, saving time and money.


February 28, 2017

At Barrick, innovation is everyone’s business

Michelle Ash, Barrick’s first Chief Innovation Officer, discusses her role and Barrick’s changing approach to innovation


February 02, 2017

BLOG: The evolution of mining in a digitized world

Digital is here to stay. It’s not a project or program that has a beginning and an end. It just has a beginning, and we are excited to be a part of it.


July 08, 2016

Creating a new mindset through Best-in-Class program

On the road to operating the most efficient and low-cost mines in the world, and leveraging value in ways others can't


January 03, 2016

Anatomy of a corporate makeover

As the gold mining industry grapples with one of the most challenging metal price environments in recent memory, Barrick President Kelvin Dushnisky tells how his company is responding by fundamentally changing the way it operates, transitioning to a decentralized business model and reclaiming the qualities that made it the world’s leading gold producer. Known historically for being a lean, nimble company that thinks outside the box while consistently generating wealth for its shareholders, Dushnisky writes that Barrick is on its way to becoming that company again.


December 09, 2015

Gender-based violence is everyone's problem

As part of our ongoing series to help raise awareness around the United Nations’ 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, Barrick’s Vice President of Government Affairs, Alanna Heath, has written this blog on why it was important to her that Barrick partner with White Ribbon.


November 25, 2015

Violence against women is a global pandemic that must be stopped

Today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. It marks the start of the United Nations’ annual 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. It is, as the UN states, a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls. Over the next 16 days, which culminates December 10 with UN Human Rights Day, we will publish a series of stories to help raise awareness about the scourge of gender-based violence and the need to respect human rights. Our initial post is written by Todd Minerson, Executive Director of White Ribbon, a non-governmental organization working to address and prevent gender-based violence. Barrick and White Ribbon have an ongoing partnership to provide gender-based violence prevention programming at Barrick sites and host communities in Zambia, Papua New Guinea and Nevada. Here, Todd gives us a sense of how pervasive gender-based violence is around the globe and what must be done to combat it.