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6 October 2010
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Author: German Reyes, Revistazo [Honduras]

La reciente absolución judicial de dos ejecutivos de la minera Entremares [parte de Goldcorp], por daños al ambiente, podría desencadenar una demanda internacional contra el Estado de Honduras. Dicho fallo se considera por los pobladores de la zona,...

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8 September 2010

Border Mining Projects Before Ethics Tribunal

Author: Daniela Estrada, Inter Press Service (IPS)

Latin American activists...will gather...to "pass judgment" on projects they regard as detrimental to local communities, the environment and national security...at the first ethics tribunal against border mining, to be convened Sept. 30 in the Chilean...

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16 August 2010

Goldcorp staff face criminal charges over mine pollution [Honduras]

Author: CAFOD (Catholic Fund for Overseas Development)

The authorities in Honduras last week filed criminal charges against senior officials of Entremares – a wholly-owned subsidiary of mining giant Goldcorp - based on evidence from aid agency CAFOD of severe water contamination. The data gathered at the...

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6 April 2010
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Author: AFP

Al menos 80 organizaciones de 17 países exigieron este martes al presidente de Guatemala...que suspenda las actividades mineras en el país alegando que no se consultó a comunidades, especialmente indígenas, sobre los eventuales daños que ocasionarán. ...

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27 September 2009

Christian Aid report on negative impact of low corporate tax rates on development & poverty in Latin America

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27 September 2009

[PDF] Undermining the poor: Mineral Taxation Reforms in Latin America

Author: Clair Kumar, Christian Aid

Over the past few decades tax reforms in developing countries has been highly regressive, with corporate taxes being lowered and consumption taxes-which hit the poor hardest-being increased…Overly generous tax incentives has resulted in many...

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28 September 2008

[video] The Real Costs of Gold Mining: Goldcorp, Inc. in Honduras

Author: Rights Action, in You Tube

[This video was shot in September 2007 in the Siria Valley...Honduras, where...Goldcorp company - formerly Glamis Gold - operates the San Martin open pit gold mine...Widespread health impacts have been reported in several communities surrounding the...

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1 May 2008

[PDF] Investing in Conflict - Public Money, Private Gain: Goldcorp in the Americas

Author: Dawn Paley, MiningWatch Canada and Rights Action

The nexus of mining companies, the mainstream media, the Canadian government, International Finance Institutions and bought off NGOs work hard to keep the reality of large-scale, open pit mines out of picture, keep community resistance marginalized.....

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1 February 2008

El Salvador: "Life Is Worth More than Gold" Say Anti-Mining Activists

Author: Raúl Gutiérrez, IPS

Peasant farmers from the…province of Cabañas fear that mining operations planned for the region will consume 30,000 litres of water a day…drawn from the same sources that…provide local residents with water only once a week…Environmentalists and...

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1 February 2008

[PDF] CIDSE submission to the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General on Business and Human Rights - Recommendations to reduce the risk of human rights violations and improve access to justice

Author: CIDSE [International Cooperation for Development & Solidarity] private sector group. Members: CAFOD, CCFD, CORDAID, Development And Peace, FASTENOPFER, MISEREOR, SCIAF, TRÓCAIRE, VOLONTARI NEL MONDO - FOCSIV

The document, divided into three parts, uses case studies to highlight the following; Section 1 – Actions by companies...; Section 2 – Actions by states at the national level...; Section 3 – Actions by states at the international level...[refers to...

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