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Anvil Mining was acquired by China Minmetals in Feb 2012.  Trafigura Beheer had previously been a major shareholder of Anvil Mining.

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4 August 2017

NGOs coalition welcomes African Commission's landmark USD2.5 million award to DR Congo massacre victims

Author: Rights & Accountability in Development (RAID), Action Contre l'Inpunite pour les Droits de l'homme (ACIDH), Institute for Human Rights & Development in Africa (IHRDA)

The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights has found the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo responsible for the 2004 massacre of over 70 people in Kilwa, in the southeast of the country, and granted landmark compensation of US $2...

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4 August 2017

Q&A The Kilwa massacre & the landmark decision of the African Commission of Human & Peoples Rights

Author: Rights & Accountability in Development (RAID)

Questions (Answers can be found below)...

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4 August 2017

Translated version of the remedies section in Kilwa decision

Author: African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

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16 May 2017
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Author: Radio Okapi (Rép. dém. du Congo)

"Pweto: l’activité économique ralentie depuis la fermeture d’une entreprise minière", 10 mai 2017...

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15 February 2017
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Author: Francisco Javier Zamora Cabot, Papeles el tiempo de los derechos, N 17 (España)

"Las industrias extractivas canadienses y su impacto sobre los derechos humanos: esperando a Trudeau", 2016...

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15 February 2017

Commentary: Canada must take legislative measures to tackle impact of extractive industries on human rights abroad

Author: Francisco Javier Zamora Cabot, Papeles el tiempo de los derechos, N 17 (Spain)

"Las industrias extractivas canadienses y su impacto sobre los derechos humanos: esperando a Trudeau", 2016...

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4 May 2016

Mining companies operating in conflict-affected areas cannot overlook their responsibilities to respect human rights, says lawyer

Author: Mark Camilleri, Tsamota

"Miners, guns and lawyers: Tracing corporate liability for breaches of human rights by mining companies in conflict-affected areas", Oct 2015...

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24 February 2016
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Author: Above Ground

“Demandas contra empresas extractivas presentadas en Canadá: avance en el litigio civil transnacional, 2997-2016”, Feb 2016...

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21 July 2015

Africa: New investigative journalism series "Fatal Extraction" highlights "vast & in some cases deadly footprint" of Australian mining firms

"A major new regional investigation by ICIJ [Intl. Consortium of Investigative Journalists],...Center for Public Integrity, African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR), and more than a dozen African journalists has for the first...

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9 June 2015

Justice in Fragile States: Seeking corporate legal accountability in the domestic courts of Democratic Republic of Congo

Author: Shira Stanton & Jean-Philippe Kot, Avocats Sans Frontières

Almost ten years after the lawsuit against Anvil Mining was brought before a Lubumbashi military court, a new conflict between a logging company, SIFORCO, and a community affected by the company’s activities is before a domestic court of Democratic...

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