Over Two Hundred Organizations Denounce Multimillion-Dollar Suit Brought by U.S. Mining Firm Against Guatemala
Changing public policy and mining practices to ensure the health of individuals, communities and ecosystems.
A collective letter was presented to the Cornerstone Capital Resources booth at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s 2019 Conference.
Eritrean refugees want to sue B.C.-based Nevsun Resources over alleged forced labour at its gold mine.
Accountability group seeks report on consultation with Guatemala’s Xinka Indigenous people
The Willa Mine, which has been touted as a profitable investment by a series of different owners over the past 35 years, has been abandoned by its present owners, MX Gold Corporation.
The Peruvian Supreme Court accepted Walter Aduviri’s appeal and overturned the sentence against him. Aduviri has been a spokesperson for the Aymara indigenous communities.
The Chief of Alderville First Nation and over 250 people gathered at a community information meeting to oppose the McBride mining project.
They call for an end to the environmental harms, community division, militarization and repression that the project has brought into their lives, and that Tahoe Resources permanently close the mine.
In a video released by MiningWatch Canada, women living in villages around Barrick Gold’s North Mara mine in Tanzania speak out publicly for the first time about the sexual violence they suffered.
Stand for Water is a movement to raise awareness of the threats mining operations pose to waterways throughout BC and across borders, and to incorporate free, prior, and informed consent principles.