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19 July 2019

Peru: Protesters claim Southern Copper's mining project in the south of the country will pollute fields and affect water supplies

Author: Al Jazeera

“Protests erupt in Peru over billion-dollar copper mine”, 15th July 2019...

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17 July 2019
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Acordo entre Ministério Público do Trabalho e Vale estabelece danos morais e materiais para familiares de trabalhadores/as vítimas do desastre de Brumadinho.

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17 July 2019

Brazil: Vale to pay out over $107 million for Brazil dam collapse

Author: The Guardian

....Vale has agreed to pay out £86m ($107m) in collective moral damages and £150,000 ($186,000) to each of the close relatives of nearly 300 people killed when a tailings dam collapsed in January at its iron ore mine in Brumadinho......

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16 July 2019

Ghana: Communities see no value in feat of country being largest producer of gold as they continue to live in poverty

Author: Marlvin-James Dadzie, Ghana Business News

‘Hopelessness envelopes Ghana’s mining towns even as country becomes top gold producer’ 10 July 2019...

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16 July 2019

So. Africa: Employers urged to ensure complainants of sexual harassment do not feel that their grievances are ignored or trivialised

Author: Erica Emdon, Mail & Guardian, (South Africa)

“Numsa strike against sexual harassment is a ‘powerful moment in labour history”17 July 2019...

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16 July 2019

So. Africa: Rural communities continue to suffer from effects of mining activities with no benefits in sight, research reveals

Author: The Conversation, (Africa)

‘How South Africa’s rural communities are getting a raw deal from mining’ 14 July 2019...

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16 July 2019

Zambia: Mining firm builds a classroom block for a local school

Author: Xinhua, (China)

'Chinese firm hands over classroom block to Zambian school’ 14 July...

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16 July 2019

Zimbabwe: Over 30 000 to be displaced to pave way for mining companies; no compensation offered-NGO says

Author: Anna Chibamu, New Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)

‘More than 30 000 communal people face eviction to pave way for new mining initiatives – CNRG’ 16 July 2019...

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16 July 2019

Zimbabwe: Villagers call on govt. to halt new mining operations by Anjin over history of human rights violations

Author: Kenneth Nyangani, News Day (Zimbabwe)

‘Anjin return angers Marange villagers’ 15 July 2019...

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16 July 2019

ABN AMRO's conference focuses on business role in improving situation of civic freedoms & human rights defenders

ABN AMRO, a leading Dutch bank, organized a conference entitled 'Civic Freedom and Human Rights Defenders: What Is the Role of Business?'. The event was organised in collaboration with the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and International...

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