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Ivanhoe Mines became Turquoise Hill Resources in August 2012.  Please see the Turquoise Hill Resources section for items post-August 2012.  

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15 November 2016

Assessment of Canada's Natl. Contact Point cases in extractive sector finds it unable to provide effective remedy

Author: Above Ground, MiningWatch Canada, OECD Watch

"'Canada is Back' But Still Far Behind," 15 Nov 2016...

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6 June 2016

Commentary: Canadian Govt.'s enhanced corporate social responsibility strategy requires details for implementation

Author: Josh Scheinert, OpenCanada

"Between Rock and Responsibility," 3 Jun 2016...

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15 October 2010

[PDF] Good Practice Guide: Indigenous Peoples and Mining

Author: Intl. Council on Mining and Metals

This Guide represents a key milestone on a journey that began for ICMM in 2004, when we started working to support more constructive relationships between Indigenous Peoples and mining companies...based on respect, meaningful engagement and mutual...

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11 October 2010

Intl. Council on Mining and Metals releases "Good Practice Guide: Indigenous Peoples and Mining"

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27 June 2010

Chinese arms maker’s copper mine deal raises queries over Canadian stake

Author: Thomas Maung Shwe, Mizzima [India]

One of China’s biggest arms makers signed a contract with a Burmese junta-controlled entity this month involving “co-operation” in a Monywa copper mine, raising serious questions over the status of Canadian miner Ivanhoe’s holdings in the town...

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Company non-response
23 April 2010

Ivanhoe Mines did not respond to: NGOs protest against government's approval of mining project by Rio Tinto, Ivanhoe - concerns include possible water impacts.

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23 April 2010

Mongolian NGOs Appeal to the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Business and Human Rights to resolve Oyu Tolgoi Mine Dispute

Author: Center for Human Rights and Development (Mongolia); OT Watch (Mongolia); MiningWatch (Canada); Rights and Accountability in Development (UK)

A coalition of Mongolian NGOs appealed today...to Professor John Ruggie...to use his good offices to calm the tension that has erupted...over the decision by the Government...to allow Rio Tinto and Ivanhoe Mines Ltd to develop a copper-gold mine in...

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20 September 2008
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Author: EarthRights International

EarthRights International (ERI) ha identificado por lo menos 69 multinacionales chinas involucradas en un mínimo de 90 proyectos relacionados con minas, con hidroeléctricas, y con extracción de petróleo y gas en Birmania… En su intento por obtener los...

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1 September 2008

EarthRights details Chinese companies' investments in Burma - says they "provide financial support to military junta"

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1 September 2008

[PDF] China in Burma: The Increasing Investment of Chinese Multinational Corporations in Burma’s Hydropower, Oil and Natural Gas, and Mining Sectors

Author: EarthRights International

EarthRights International (ERI) has identified at least 69 Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) involved in at least 90 hydropower, oil and natural gas, and mining projects in Burma...In pursuit of Burma’s natural resources, China has provided...

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