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15 September 2014

SumOfUs issues petition demanding OceanaGold “drop the lawsuit against El Salvador!"

Author: SumOfUs

"Oceana Gold: Help El Salvador protect its water supply -- drop the lawsuit to mine their resources!", September 2014...

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17 May 2013

Australian mining companies fall short on gaining consent from the world’s Indigenous peoples: new report

Author: Oxfam Australia

The vast majority of Australian mining, oil and gas companies have no clear public commitment to gain the consent of Indigenous peoples before commencing projects on their land, according to a new report...[The] report found only one Australian...

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24 April 2013

Supreme Court digest and audio recording of oral proceedings on Mining Act constitutionality case [Philippines]

Author: Supreme Court of the Philippines

Two petitions challenge the constitutionality of…The Philippine Mining Act of 1995…and various related administrative issuances of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). [Petitioners argue in the first case that] sections of the...

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16 April 2013

Philippines: Supreme Court hears case to nullify mining law, alleging mining profit-sharing does not take into account displacement

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9 December 2012

Farmer, 2 anti-mining activists killed ahead of Human Rights Day [Philippines]

Author: Jose Carlos L. Maningat, Philippine Online Chronicles

A militant farmer and two anti-mining activists were killed in separate incidents…[The farmer’s]…relatives believe the attack is linked to his...opposition to large-scale mining and illegal logging…[A]nti-mining advocates…were also killed...[One] was...

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14 July 2011

Aussie mining firm upgrades water system for Nueva Vizcaya villagers [Philippines]

Author: Ben Moses Ebreo, Philippine Information Agency

The...improvement of the Pimmadek Water System 2 in...Didipio...is a priority project based on its identification as a pressing and urgent concern during a community-based participatory planning conducted earlier by [OceanaGold Philippines Inc] OGPI ...

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21 January 2011

Oceana rejects human rights claims over Didipio

Author: Simon Hartley, Otago Daily Times [New Zealand]

Oceana Gold has rejected allegations that it has fallen foul of the Commission on Human Rights in the Philippines at its development gold and copper mine in the northern part of the island group...Oceana chief executive Mick Wilkes issued a statement...

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18 January 2011

CHR wants FTAA of Oceana Gold revoked [Philippines]

Author: Angela Lopez de Leon, Malaya [Philippines]

The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) on Monday recommended to the Aquino administration the revocation of the Financial and Technical Assistance Agreement (FTAA) issued to foreign mining company Oceana Gold Philippines (OGPI) for the firm’s alleged...

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29 October 2010

Owner of house OceanaGold pushed to the cliff in 2008 Died [Philippines]

Author: Legal Rights and Natural Resources Center/Kasama sa Kalikasan [Philippines]

... Romeo Guimbangan...died...after suffering another heart attack last Wednesday...Mr. Guimbangan’s house was pushed off a cliff by a bulldozer of OceanaGold’s demolition team in February 19, 2008. ...happened while Mr. Guimbangan was away...seeking...

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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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