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4 July 2018

Best practice in community engagement in energy projects: Case studies from Kenya, Tanzania & Haiti

Author: Kanyinke Sena

Developing countries will account for more than 65% of world energy consumption by 2040 from 54% in 2010... Affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all, is not only critical for the eradication of extreme poverty in developing countries...

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Company response
3 July 2018

Acacia's response

Author: Acacia Mining

"Response to a June 2018 blog post and video by MiningWatch Canada"...

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Story
3 July 2018

Tanzania: MiningWatch's video claims Acacia Mining failed to provide redress for women sexually abused at mine

MiningWatch Canada has released a video of women living in villages around Barrick Gold’s North Mara mine in Tanzania allegedly suffered sexual violence at the hands of private and public (police) mine security at the North Mara mine. They discuss the...

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Article
3 July 2018

Women allegedly sexually abused at Acacia' mine claim company has neglected them

Author: MiningWatch Canada

"Women Speak Out About Abuse at Barrick Gold’s North Mara Mine in Tanzania"...

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Article
24 May 2018

Tanzania: Land grabbing, including for private investment, continues to threaten livelihoods of indigenous Maasai

Author: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (Denmark)

"Half a million of indigenous peoples' livelihoods threatened in Tanzania"...

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Article
21 May 2018

Africa still losing billions through illicit financial flows by multinational corporations despite increasing awareness of the problem

Author: Victor Kgomoeswana, Sunday Independent (So. Africa)

"Africa still leaking billions through tax evasion"...

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Article
21 May 2018

Tanzania: G7-sponsored agribusiness initiative favouring multinationals over local small-scale farmers, says columnist

Author: Anonymous author based in Tanzania, African Arguments (UK)

"There isn’t any”: Tanzania’s land myth and the brave New Alliance"...

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Story
15 May 2018

Tanzania: Report says safari businesses complicit in intimidation, violent eviction & intimidation of indigenous Maasai; companies comments included

A new report by the Oakland Institute claims some safari businesses operating in Tanzania are complicity in human rights abuses against the Maasai indigenous community. These include intimidation, arrests, beatings and starvation. Thomson Safari denies...

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Article
30 April 2018

Africa: Initiative promoting export-oriented agribusiness "at the cost of local farmers" is losing ground, says columnist

Author: Flora Sonkin, in Oakland Institute

"Two Blows in a Row: The New Alliance for Food Security Loses Ground"...

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Story
30 April 2018

Tanzania: NGOs claim Acacia Mining's new grievance mechanism does not meet international standards, company responds

Five civil society organisations have written an open letter to Acacia Mining claiming that the recently revised grievance mechanism at the company's Tanzania's subsidiary is not compliant with its human rights obligations. The company has responded to...

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