Anvil Mining (part of China Minmetals)

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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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5 May 2009

[PDF] Global Witness Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights’ Call for Evidence on Business and Human Rights

Author: Global Witness

We identify the circumstances that need to be taken into account by UK-based companies that operate in conflict or high risk areas where there is an abundance of natural resources. The UK Government has failed to take action to prevent or deter abuses...

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1 November 2008

[PDF] Implementing high ideals and aspirations - implementation toolkits are an important step in ensuring high standards in the field [scroll to pg. 29]

Author: J.J. Messner, in Journal of International Peace Operations

A few weeks ago...an important session of the Human Rights and Business Roundtable in Washington, D.C....focused on the launch of a new, breakthrough document: "The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights: An Implementation Toolkit for Major...

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4 August 2008

Dem. Rep. of Congo: NGOs raise concerns over lack of transparency in renegotiations of mining contracts

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4 August 2008
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Author: Global Witness

À la veille du commencement des renégociations promises des contrats miniers en République démocratique du Congo (RDC), des organisations non gouvernementales (ONG) congolaises et internationales appellent aujourd'hui le gouvernement de la RDC à rompre...

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4 August 2008

Scant Information and Wheeler-Dealing Undermine Congolese Contract Review

Author: Global Witness

On the eve of the start of the promised renegotiation of mining contracts in DR Congo, Congolese and international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) today called on the DRC government to shed light on the renegotiations of mining contracts. No...

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1 July 2008

[PDF] The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights: An Implementation Toolkit for Major Project Sites

Author: Don McFetridge - Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, Japan Environmental and Social Challenges Fund, Anvil Mining

...This toolkit on implementation of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights [VPSHR] is a by-product of a project undertaken by MIGA’s Japan Social and Environmental Challenges Fund for Africa in collaboration with...Anvil Mining, to...

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26 June 2008

A Glittering Demon: Mining, Poverty and Politics in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Author: Michael Deibert, CorpWatch

...AngloGold Ashanti exemplifies the tensions between moneyed foreign mining firms and local residents... A November 2007 report by a special commission of Congo’s Ministry of Mines reviewing mining contracts…concluded that the terms and lack of...

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16 May 2008

[PDF] The OECD Risk Awareness Tool for Multinational Enterprises in Weak Governance Zones

Author: Lahra Liberti

[The author] would like to highlight the reasons why the OECD Risk Awareness Tool for [Multinational Enterprises] in [Weak Governance Zones] was adopted. Then I will turn to illustrate the main features of this instrument and clarify its relationship...

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15 May 2008

Dept for International Development [UK] statement

Author: UK Department for Intl. Development

Funds will be provided by mining companies, USAID and DFID and used to finance basic health and education services, improve the government of Katanga's ability to collect mining taxes and promote transparency in the mining sector in Katanga. The...

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15 May 2008

[video] Dem. Rep. of Congo: UK Govt. partnership with Anvil Mining criticised over human rights concerns [begins at 33:00]

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