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23 June 2020

Report argues mining industry is profiting from COVID-19 while putting workers, communities & defenders at risk; including co responses

A report published by a coalition of civil society organisations (Earthworks, Institute for Policy Studies - Global Economy Program, London Mining Network, MiningWatch Canada, Terra Justa, War on Want, and Yes to Life No to Mining) analyses through a...

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11 May 2020

OceanaGold responded

We take these allegations seriously and stand by our commitment to responsible mining. Regardless of others’ views, we have been committed to ongoing engagement on an effective and genuine basis with all stakeholders of our Didipio Mine. This includes...

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10 May 2020

Philippines: Civil society denounces violent police action to disperse community barricade at OceanaGold's operation; company responded

Local and international civil society groups raised allegations that violent police action was used in order to disperse a peaceful indigenous community barricade at the site of OceanaGold's operations in Didipio, Nueva Vizcaya, the Philippines, on 6...

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29 April 2020

Philippines: 190 local & int'l organizations condemn violent police action to disperse blockade at OceanaGold mining site

Author: Alyansa Tigil Mina, Friends of the Earth Australia, Kalikasan People's Network for the Environment, Legal Rights and Natural Resources Center & MiningWatch Canada

"Global Civil Society Organizations Condemn Violent Dispersal of Indigenous Peoples’ Mining Barricade in the Philippines", 29 April 2020...

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25 January 2020
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“¿Agua o Minería? Resistencias Comunitarias en América Latina: Informe Nº3 Defensoras del Agua en Centro América. Mujeres de Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador contra la minería”, febrero 2020...

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22 November 2019

Report provides good practice guidance for gender-responsive implementation of extractive projects

The Danish Institute for Human Rights released a report which analyses gender issues that arise during extractive project implementation, and provides good practice guidance and case studies to conduct gender-responsive due diligence. This story also...

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17 June 2019
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20 May 2019

Latin America: Report details impacts of international arbitrations filed by mining companies

New report details the impacts of international arbitration filed by mining companies in countries across Latin America.  The report analyses 38 cases filed by global mining corporations against Latin American governments using the investor-state...

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20 November 2018

OceanaGold's Response to allegations about Dipidio Gold and Copper Mine, Philippines

Author: OceanaGold

We appreciate the opportunity to provide information about the social and environmental performance of our Didipio Gold and Copper Mine in the Philippines in response to the report recently published by the Institute for Policy Studies and MiningWatch...

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20 November 2018

Philippines: New report alleges human rights & environmental violations by Australian-Canadian miner OceanaGold

A new report (linked below) by Robin Broad, John Cavanagh, Catherine Coumans, & Rico La Vina published by the Institute for Policy Studies (U.S.) & MiningWatch Canada concludes that OceanaGold's (an Australian-Canadian company) Didipio Gold and...

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