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8 January 2020
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Author: Christian Bouquet, The Conversation (South Africa)

"À Madagascar, l’accaparement des terres peut prendre des formes diverses", 7 janvier 2020...

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31 December 2019

So. Africa: Rio Tinto to restart mining operations after cutting back production over security concerns for its workers

Author: Reuters and Mining.com

"Rio Tinto to restart South African unit in 2020 after security scare", 30 December 2019....

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24 December 2019

USA: Rio Tinto continues to use logistics supplier despite ongoing struggle by port truck drivers over labour rights concerns

Author: Nelson L. Castorillo & Paul Michael Neuman, Random Lengths News

"A Holiday Message in Support of Port Drivers' Fight for Justice", 20 December 2019...

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20 December 2019

Draft SEC oil and mining rule would facilitate corruption

Author: Oxfam

18 December 2019....

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13 December 2019

Defenders at risk: Attacks on human rights and environmental defenders and the responsibility of business

Author: Swedwatch

Companies can be linked to attacks against defenders through suppliers, customers or other business partners. Both states and business actors are vital in addressing this risk and in moving towards a systematic protection of, and respect for, defenders...

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12 December 2019

Bougainville: Local leaders want to reopen Panguna Mine but distrust remains for foreign mining companies

Author: Joshua Mcdonald, The Diplomat

"Will Bougainville Reopen the Panguna Mine? With an independence referendum on the horizon, reopening the Panguna mine offers both attractive opportunities and terrible consequences", 22 November 2019...

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29 November 2019

Canada: Rio Tinto funds learning and research hub for indigenous-owned mineral development

Author: MINING.com

"Rio and Centre of Excellence to grow indigenous participation in minerals development in North America," 27 November 2019....

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22 November 2019

Webinar: Towards gender-sensitive implementation of extractive industries projects

Author: ICMM and IPIECA

In this webinar co-hosted by ICMM and IPIECA, presenters from the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Total, Rio Tinto and Base Toliara will share experiences and suggestions for gender-responsive due diligence in extractive industries projects......

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22 November 2019

Guinea: An Asian-Guinean consortium wins the rights to exploit the huge Simandou iron ore deposit

Author: Le Monde with AFP

[Excerpt translation from French to English provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]...

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20 November 2019

Papua New Guinea: As Bougainville independence referendum looms; miners jostle for licences & fears of new conflict grow

Author: Sarah Danckert and Ben Bohane, The Sydney Morning Herald

"This derelict mine caused a bloody war. Now Aussie companies are fighting over it again", 15 November 2019...

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