Crew Gold (part of Severstal)
Headquarters in United Kingdom
[DOC] Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights - The impact of UK-based mining companies on the Philippines, particularly focusing on the right to food
Author: Working Group on Mining in the Philippines (WGMP)
This submission focuses on the way existing and proposed mining by global companies in the Philippines poses a threat to human rights, particularly the human right to food of local communities. Its findings build on the WGMP’s recent publication...
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- Related in-depth areas: UK Joint Committee on Human Rights - Inquiry on business & human rights
- Related companies: Asiaticus Management BHP Billiton Crew Gold (part of Severstal) Glencore (now Glencore Xstrata) Indophil Resources Intex Resources Pelican Resources Phelps Dodge (part of Freeport-McMoRan) Rio Tinto Sagittarius Mines Inc (SMI) Xstrata (part of Glencore Xstrata)
Author: Robert Goodland & Clive Wicks for Working Group on Mining in the Philippines
[S]tark choices now face the Philippines: a few years of mining or thousands of years of sufficiency of irrigated rice and fisheries production? If mining is to make a positive contribution to national development, it will have to fit within the...
A Mined Democracy: The Philippines is rife with political violence, but Canadian mining companies don't seem to mind
Author: Dylan Fraser, The Dominion [Canada]
Ranked second in the world for political killings…the Philippines is not a shining light of democracy…Canadian trade with the Philippines tops one billion dollars per year…and investment in the mining sector has been singled-out…for Canadian firms’...
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
"Mining in the Philippines - Concerns and Conflicts" is the report of a fact-finding mission conducted in July/August 2006 by: Clare Short, UK Member of Parliament & former International Development Secretary; Clive Wicks, member of the IUCN...
Response by Crew Gold (part of Severstal): Report by coalition of indigenous, environmental, human rights & religious groups finds mining in Philippines is “destructive” of environment & livelihoods.
- Related stories: Mining in the Philippines: Former UK Intl. Development Minister Clare Short launches report on human rights abuses & environmental damage
- This is a response from the following companies: Crew Gold (part of Severstal)
Author: Crew Gold