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22 July 2015

Full paper: "Community voice in human rights impact assessments"

Author: Oxfam America

Human rights impact assessments (HRIAs) are intended to minimize human rights risks, lessen adverse impacts, and strengthen positive outcomes of business investments on affected populations. For an HRIA to fulfill this purpose, it must consider the...

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2 October 2015
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Author: Comunidad Amazónica de Acción Social "Cordillera del Cóndor Mirador" (Cascomi)

“Policías y guardia privada inician desalojo en Tundayme”...

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4 January 2016
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Tras dos desalojos violentos realizados por la policía y una empresa privada de seguridad contra habitantes de la Parroquia Tundayme, en la Cordillera del Cóndor, desde mayo a diciembre del 2015, así como el asesinato de un dirigente anti-minero de la...

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4 January 2016

Ecuador: NGOs allege forced eviction of communities to make room for Chinese mining project Mirador, of Ecuacorriente

NGOs document forced evictions in May and September 2015, preceded by the killing in 2014 of a Shuar indigenous leader opposing Chinese mining project “Mirador”, owned by Ecuacorriente (part of Corriente Resources, which is part of China Railway...

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8 April 2016
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24 April 2016

Latin America: Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime launches report on illegally mined gold, criminal activities, and companies' supply chains

The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime issued a report on the transition criminal gangs in Latin America went through from dealing with drug trafficking to profiting from illegally mined gold. The report looks at trends in Bolivia...

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5 July 2016
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Author: Acción Ecológica

“Demandamos una moratoria a nuevas concesiones mineras. Carta abierta al Presidente de la República, al pueblo ecuatoriano y a los jóvenes del país que son el presente y el futuro”   ...

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12 August 2016
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Como parte de la creciente tensión entre comunidades locales y el gobierno por la aprobación de licencias para explotación minera y petrolera, un grupo de indígenas nankints fueron reprimidos y desalojados en el lugar del proyecto Explorcobres, de...

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25 October 2016

Report: The “Canada Brand”: Violence and Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America

Author: Justice and Corporate Accountability Project (JCAP)

This is the first report to profile specific forms of violence and criminalization associated with Canadian mining projects in Latin America over a fifteen year period…[W]e provide observations about the violent incidents studied…make observations...

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25 October 2016

Latina America: New report documents cases of violence & abuses of Canadian mining companies over a 15-year period; companies´ comments are included

The Justice and Corporate Accountability Project (JPAL) published a recent report documenting cases of alleged incidents of violence associated with Canadian mining companies in Latin America....

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