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21 July 2019
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19 July 2019

Ecuador: Local communities oppose country's largest copper mine funded by Chinese firm

Author: Ning Hui, China Dialogue

“Few options left for local communities opposing Ecuador’s largest copper mine”, 8 July 2019...

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12 July 2019
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Author: Resumen Latinoamericano

“Ecuador. El fantasma de Nankints: Una comunidad indígena en la Amazonia ecuatoriana perdió su territorio a manos de una minera china” 5 de julio de 2019...

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3 June 2019
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3 June 2019

Latin America: Report deepens understanding of socio-environmental conflicts caused by mining in the region

Author: Latin American Conflict Observatory (OCMAL)

[Excerpt translation from Spanish provided by Business and Human Rights Resource Centre]...

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23 May 2019

Ecuador: Concerns of indigenous peoples and environmentalists over threat of three open-pit mining projects in the Cordillera del Cóndor

Author: Mongabay and Vistazo Magazine (Ecuador)

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7 May 2019

Latin America: Study about violence towards land and environmental defenders finds 1,356 cases of attacks

Author: Editorial Board, Deutsche Welle

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25 October 2016

Report: The “Canada Brand”: Violence and Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America

Author: Justice and Corporate Accountability Project (JCAP)

This is the first report to profile specific forms of violence and criminalization associated with Canadian mining projects in Latin America over a fifteen year period…[W]e provide observations about the violent incidents studied…make observations...

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13 December 2014

"Indigenous Peoples and the Extractive Sector: Towards a Rights-Respecting Engagement"

Author: Cathal M. Doyle & Andrew Whitmore for Tebtebba, PIPLinks & Middlesex University

“Indigenous Peoples and the Extractive Sector: Towards a Rights-Respecting Engagement”, 22 September 2014 It is an incontestable fact that the extractive sector has had devastating impacts on indigenous peoples. These impacts commenced with the proces...

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1 December 2013
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