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Story
8 May 2015

UNICEF publishes reports on children's rights impacts of the extractive industry

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Article
1 February 2000

Grave Diggers: A report on mining in Burma

Author: Roger Moody

[refers to Newmont, East Asia Gold, Myanma Gem Enterprise, ECI Minerals, Ivanhoe Mines, Mandalay Mining, First Dynasty, Indochina Goldfields (now part of Ivanhoe Mines), Sumitomo Metal Mining, Marubeni, First Marathon, Nesbitt Burns, Rio Tinto, Tiger...

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Lawsuit
1 June 2000

Gold miner silicosis litigation (re So. Africa)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 21 December 2012 attorney Richard Spoor filed a motion in South Africa court seeking class certification for as many as 17,000 ex-gold miners suffering from the lung disease silicosis.  The proposed class action named 30 gold mining companies as...

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Article
1 October 2000

Canadian Company Defends Self, [Burmese] Junta

Author: Irrawaddy

Ivanhoe Mines, a Canadian-based company whose operations in Burma have recently come under renewed scrutiny following the release of a report by a mining watchdog group, has come out in defense of its Burmese business partners, the ruling SPDC...by...

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Article
11 October 2001

Anglo American Called Racist After AIDS Drug "Betrayal"

Author: ICEM [International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions]

Mining giant could face South African strike over anti-retrovirals - Mining giant Anglo American stands accused of reneging on a commitment to make anti-retroviral drugs available to all its South African workers. Instead, the National Union of...

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Story
11 October 2001

Anglo American Called Racist After AIDS Drug "Betrayal"

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Story
12 October 2001

Union takes Anglo to task [South Africa]

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Article
12 October 2001

Union takes Anglo to task [South Africa]

Author: Glenda Daniels, Weekly Mail & Guardian [South Africa]

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) this week threatened strike action if the Anglo American corporation does not reverse its policy against providing anti-retroviral drugs to its workers. The multinational corporation earlier this year made...

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Article
1 November 2001

full report: The Limitations of Corporate Social Responsibility on Zambia’s Copperbelt - Konkola Copper Mines (KCM): Environmental Management Plan (May 2001)

Author: Patricia Feeney, Oxfam

People living on Zambia’s Copperbelt are confronted with a barrage of toxic chemicals and other pollutants all of which undermines their right to health and damages their livelihoods. But the development agreements between the Government of Zambia ...

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Article
22 January 2002

HIV/AIDS: Mining Executive Expected To Be Named To Global Fund Board

Author: UN Wire

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, launched by U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan last year, is set to name Anglo American Deputy Chairman Goran Lindahl as its 18th and last board member, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday...

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