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Oil, Mining, and Natural Resources Human Rights Watch

Feb 11, 2021 The oil, mining and gas industries are central to the economies of many developing countries. At the same time, these industries often give rise to

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Mining giant Rio Tinto Face Environmental, Human Rights

The Human Rights Law Centre claims that “the mine pollution continues to infringe nearly all the economic, social and cultural rights of these indigenous communities, including their rights to food, water, health, housing and an adequate standard of living.”

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Most miners lag behind in human rights issues MINING.COM

Feb 18, 2021 According to the latest report by the Responsible Mining Foundation, top mining companies identify human rights-relates issues as a “material” subject that is included in their public reporting....

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Mining giant Rio Tinto Face Environmental, Human Rights

The Human Rights Law Centre claims that “the mine pollution continues to infringe nearly all the economic, social and cultural rights of these indigenous communities, including their rights to food, water, health, housing and an adequate standard of living.”

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South Africa: Mining gathering must confront human rights

Mining firms have often caused or contributed to human rights abuses in pursuit of profit while governments have been too weak in regulating them effectively,” said Deprose Muchena, Amnesty International’s Director for East and Southern Africa.

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Oil, Mining, and Natural Resources Human Rights Watch

Feb 11, 2021 The oil, mining and gas industries are central to the economies of many developing countries. At the same time, these industries often give rise to human rights

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Most miners lag behind in human rights issues MINING.COM

The group says that many mining companies tend to reduce human rights to a very limited set of issues, consequently missing the opportunity to play their part in advancing human rights.

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Mining industry must improve human rights, environment

The world's biggest mining companies must improve their human rights record and step up efforts to curb environmental damage, the Responsible Mining Foundation said in its first review of global

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South Africa: Mining gathering must confront human rights

For far too long, mining bosses have prioritized profit at the expense of human rights and the environment. Poor people are suffering the effects of climate change in mining communities, including land degradation and loss of livelihoods, like we have seen in Mozambique.” said Deprose Muchena.

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Mining, the environment, and human rights in Ghana: An

Although the global norms meant to guide corporate environmental human rights conducts have steadily improved, there have been limited efforts directed at exploring whether business‐related environmental human rights infringements have as a result reduced.

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Mining, the environment, and human rights in Ghana: An

Gold mining might have contributed to socio-economic development in Ghana, but it has also exacerbated incidences of environmental degradation and fostered associated human rights violations

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Human Rights, the Environment and Mining: Holding

Litigation that tests the division between corporate and state human rights obligations, and the synergies between environmental and human rights law, is currently underway in Peru.The Tintaya-Antapaccay mine in Espinar, Peru, owned by Glencore PLC, has produced copper for several decades and the contamination of the local environment which results is notorious: residents drink poisoned water

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10 Human Rights Priorities for the Extractives Sector

Human rights are inherent to all human beings. They are defined and established in more than 80 international legal instruments 1 and define the fundamental protections of human dignity, needs, and freedoms, such as food, housing, privacy, personal security, and democratic participation. Since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in 1948, the responsibility to

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Mining and Environmental Human Rights in Papua New

The effective exercise and enjoyment of basic human rights for much of the world’s population is prohibited by environmental problems. Water and air pollution, accumulations of solid and hazardous wastes, soil degradation and deforestation prevent many people from securing the minimum requirements for health and survival.

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Cobalt mining in the DRC: the dark side of a clean future

Car manufacturers slow to respond to human rights abuses. Three years on, according to Ms Armistead, little progress has been made. In October 2018, for example, Amnesty International wrote to Daimler, Renault, Volkswagen, General Motors, Tesla, BMW and Fiat-Chrysler about potential human rights abuses in their supply chains.

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Plan for largest mine in Papua New Guinea history 'appears

Oct 07, 2020 The plan for the largest mine in Papua New Guinea’s history carries a risk of catastrophic loss of life and environmental destruction and “appears to disregard the human rights of those

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The Transition to Green Energy Has Dirty Side Effects for

Jun 18, 2020 The human rights abuses and environmental degradation in places like Congo do not bode well for the West’s transition to sustainable energy, which

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OHCHR Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment

The Human Rights Council established the mandate for the Independent Expert on human rights and the environment in 2012 (resolution 19/10). Mr. John Knox was appointed the first Independent Expert on human rights obligations relating to the enjoyment of a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment for a three year term.

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Framework for Responsible Mining --- HOME

The Framework for Responsible Mining is a joint effort by NGOs, retailers, investors, insurers, and technical experts working in the minerals sector. It outlines environmental, human rights, and social issues associated with mining and mined products. The Framework explores state-of-the-art social and environmental improvements, providing recommendations for -

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Mining industry must improve human rights, environment

The world's biggest mining companies must improve their human rights record and step up efforts to curb environmental damage, the Responsible Mining Foundation said in its first review of global

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South Africa: Mining gathering must confront human rights

For far too long, mining bosses have prioritized profit at the expense of human rights and the environment. Poor people are suffering the effects of climate change in mining communities, including land degradation and loss of livelihoods, like we have seen in Mozambique.” said Deprose Muchena.

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Mining, the environment, and human rights in Ghana: An

Jul 12, 2020 Mining, the environment, and human rights in Ghana: An area of limited statehood perspective. Uwafiokun Idemudia. Corresponding Author. E-mail address: [email protected] International Development Studies and African Studies, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Correspondence .

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Environmental, human rights questions Republic of Mining

Oct 15, 2020 Environmental, human rights questions shadow Hope Bay mine sale by Derek Neary (Nunavut News October 13, 2020) October 15, 2020 in Asia Mining,Canada Mining North of 60,Canadian Regional Media and Web Publications,Gold and Silver

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Human Rights, the Environment and Mining: Holding

Litigation that tests the division between corporate and state human rights obligations, and the synergies between environmental and human rights law, is currently underway in Peru.The Tintaya-Antapaccay mine in Espinar, Peru, owned by Glencore PLC, has produced copper for several decades and the contamination of the local environment which results is notorious: residents drink poisoned water

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Cobalt mining in the DRC: the dark side of a clean future

Car manufacturers slow to respond to human rights abuses. Three years on, according to Ms Armistead, little progress has been made. In October 2018, for example, Amnesty International wrote to Daimler, Renault, Volkswagen, General Motors, Tesla, BMW and Fiat-Chrysler about potential human rights abuses in their supply chains.

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The Impact of Mining on Human Rights in Karamoja, Uganda

Feb 03, 2014 The UPDF’s Chief of Defence Forces General Katumba Wamala told Human Rights Watch that “the UPDF has nothing to do with mining in Karamoja.” [284] This was

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Framework for Responsible Mining --- HOME

The Framework for Responsible Mining is a joint effort by NGOs, retailers, investors, insurers, and technical experts working in the minerals sector. It outlines environmental, human rights, and social issues associated with mining and mined products. The Framework explores state-of-the-art social and environmental improvements, providing recommendations for -

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Canadian mining firms worst for environment, rights

Oct 19, 2010 OTTAWA—Canadian mining companies are far and away the worst offenders in environmental, human rights and other abuses around the world, according to a global study commissioned by an industry

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OHCHR Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment

The Human Rights Council established the mandate for the Independent Expert on human rights and the environment in 2012 (resolution 19/10). Mr. John Knox was appointed the first Independent Expert on human rights obligations relating to the enjoyment of a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment for a three year term.

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Rio Tinto: A Shameful History of Human and Labour Rights

Apr 20, 2010 Fanning the Flames: The Role of British Mining Companies in Conflict and the Violation of Human Rights, War on Want, p. 25, citing The environmental impacts of Freeport-Rio Tinto’s copper and gold mining operation in Papua, WALHI, Jakarta, 2006.

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Gold mining and the abuse of environmental and human

(Cambridge, MA, October 12, 2016)—South Africa has failed to meet its human rights obligations to address the environmental and health effects of gold mining in and around Johannesburg, the Harvard Law School International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) said in a new report released today.

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Environmental Risks and Human Rights Violations in Peru

Oct 30, 2015 Sanchez Cubas’ visit to Washington amplifies the community’s voice in an international arena, allowing it to confront the World Bank as an investor, form alliances with other organizations fighting for human rights against mining corporations,

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A Community Torn Apart by Coal Mining Taught Me

The park is famous for bringing the white rhino back from the brink of extinction and is the oldest game reserve in Africa. It was then that I realised that environmental rights are inextricably entwined with human rights — to tackle one is to tackle the other. Rhinos at Hluhluwe-Imfolozi National Park, South Africa. Image: Josué Llull/Flickr

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