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International Council on Mining & Metals (ICCM) response to War on Want's "Fanning the Flames" report [PDF]

Author: International Council on Mining & Metals, Published on: 22 November 2007

War on Want’s report on the role of British mining companies in conflict and the violation of human rights is a selective and inaccurate account of a complex subject. The report fails to acknowledge the role that mining companies can play in preventing conflict and contributing to economic development in post-conflict countries…With its highly selective use of opinions and citations, Fanning the Flames does not contribute constructively to this debate…The main failing of the War on Want report is that it does not offer realistic solutions.

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