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African NGOs urge action on mining firms & taxation/illicit financial flows, transparency, environmental, gender & community impacts, access to remedy, labour rights

Author: Alternative Mining Indaba, Published on: 25 February 2015

Declaration of the 6th Alternative Mining Indaba: “Making Natural Resources Work for the People”, 12 Feb 2015

We, the representatives of over 300 members of Civil Society Organisations; Faith Based Organisations, Pan-African Networks and Organisations, Labour Movements, media, international partners and Community Based Organisations..call upon all African governments to...make citizen-centred decisions about the investment of natural resources.

[Calls for action by govts. & companies on: Taxation and Illicit Financial Flows, Transparency and Accountability, Environmental rights and community monitoring, Access to Remedy, Artisanal Mining, Women & Extractives, Mining, Health and Labour]

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