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Artikel

21 Mär 2001

Autor:
Abigail Abrash, in Cultural Survival Quarterly, vol. 25, no. 1

The Amungme, Kamoro & Freeport [West Papua]

How Indigenous Papuans Have Resisted the World's Largest Gold and Copper Mine - The story of the Amungme and Kamoro peoples and U.S. mining corporation Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold ("Freeport") offers one of the best-documented examples of how local communities have experienced and resisted the seizure of their traditional lands by government-backed multinational mining enterprises.