Turquoise Hill Resources
Headquarters in Canada
Prior to August 2012, Turquoise Hill Resources was known as Ivanhoe Mines. Please see the Ivanhoe Mines section for items prior to August 2012.
Rio Tinto is a major stakeholder of Turquoise Hill Resources.
Author: Human Rights Watch, groundWork, Centre for Environmental Rights & Earthjustice
"“We Know Our Lives Are in Danger”: Environment of Fear in South Africa’s Mining-Affected Communities", 16 Apr 2019...
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Mongolia: Herders successfully reach tripartite settlement to remain on heritage land following lawsuit over impact of Oyu Tolgoi mine
Author: Rod Austin, Guardian (UK)
"An example to all': the Mongolian herders who took on a corporate behemoth – and won", 8 Apr 2019...
Mongolia: Herders win landmark agreement concerning mine that threatened their livelihood, health, & culture
Author: Sophie Edwards, Devex
"How a group of Mongolian herders took on a mining giant — and won", 9 August 2017...
Commentary: Canadian Govt.'s enhanced corporate social responsibility strategy requires details for implementation
Author: Josh Scheinert, OpenCanada
"Between Rock and Responsibility," 3 Jun 2016...
Myanmar: Foreign mining companies colluding in serious abuses & illegality in Monywa mine complex, says Amnesty report
So. Africa: Community organisation appeals against Platreef's mining right, citing food security and livelihood concerns
Author: Lawyers for Human Rights
“Press statement: Community organisation appeals against Platreef Resources’ mining right”, 8 Jul 2014: Lawyers for Human Rights, on behalf of the Mokopane Interested and Affected Communities Committee (MIACC), has lodged an appeal against the...
Author: Erika Kinetz & Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
The Obama administration didn't add anyone to the U.S. government's Myanmar sanctions list over 3½ years, despite recommendations from the U.S. Embassy in Yangon to blacklist hundreds of top officials and their business cronies, as well as military...
Author: Ed O’Keefe, Director at Synergy Global Consulting in Financial Times
… [A]t the annual Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town…[t]his year…the debate was as much about people and politics as it was about mining. The agenda has clearly changed. At previous Indabas…[d]iscussions on the social outcomes of mining, the resource...