Indonesia: "Human Rights Impact Assessment Sample" of Aimec Minerals' Nuiguyo mine project, by Nomogaia Foundation

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29 January 2009

The Nuiguyo Project - HRIA Sample [Indonesia]

Author: NomoGaia

Aimec Minerals’ Nuiguyo Project (Names have been changed in this document) is an open pit…mine located in…one of Indonesia’s forested islands…Approximately 12,500 people live in the 11 directly affected villages (DAVs) immediately impacted by the Nuiguyo Project…The Nuiguyo Project is fortunately free from the risk of violence…and resettlement will be negligible, free of indigenous populations which present particular human rights concerns. Although the Project presents opportunities for many positive impacts on human rights…a unique set of issues presents itself at Nuiguyo that will likely result in one or more controversies being labeled as human rights violations…

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29 January 2009

[PDF] Human Rights Impact Assessment - DRAFT Aimec Minerals

Author: Mark Wielga, Kendyl Salcito, Gary Krieger & Elizabeth Wise, NomoGaia

With the Nuiguyo Project, Aimec Minerals is fortunate to be pursuing a project free from the human rights issues that can most severely challenge extractive projects…It is believed that, given the Company’s history of community support in other projects, community health and education are likely to improve as a result of the Project…In January 2008, the Indonesian Human Rights Commission received a list of complaints presenting normal operational and environmental impacts as human rights violations… No successful mining Project can keep every member of the local community content, but attention should be paid to fears and concerns…

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