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Papua New Guinea: Violence at Kainantu gold mine after mining company, K92 Mining, allegedly fails to adequately conduct due diligence on landowner rights

A recent media report published by The Nation (PNG) (linked below) cites K92 Mining, a Canadian company, and alleges that its failure to adequately conduct due diligence in relation to landowner rights associated with the Kainantu gold mine, PNG, has resulted in violence.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited K92 Mining to respond to the allegations. The company did not respond.

 

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