Stone quarries

Get RSS feed of these results

Related stories and components

Article
24 February 2017

Uganda: Sinohydro sued for using family's rock for dam construction without compensation

Author: Edward Ssekika, Oil in Uganda

"Family Sues Government for Unlawful Use of Rock"...

Read more

Article
2 December 2016

Beyond Effectiveness Criteria: The possibilities and limits of transnational non-judicial redress mechanisms

Author: May Miller-Dawkins, Kate Macdonald, University of Melbourne & Shelley Marshall, Monash University

November 2016...

Read more

Article
1 December 2016

Rajasthan Stone Quarries: Promoting Human Rights Due Diligence and Access to Redress in Complex Supply Chains

Author: Shelley Marshall, Monash University, Kate Taylor & Samantha Balaton-Chrimes, Deakin University

November 2016...

Read more

Story
29 November 2016

Non-judicial grievance mechanisms: 19 reports highlight case studies, analyse redress mechanisms, provide recommendations to co.s & govts.

...

See full story

Article
22 November 2016

Seyani Brothers' says it strives to "ensure protection of human rights"

Author: Seyani Brothers (Uganda)

"Unfounded allegations against quarrying activities undertaken by the company at Nakisunga, Mukono, Uganda"...

Read more

Article
26 October 2016

Seyani Brothers says environment & social responsibility "utmost priority" in their undertaking

Author: Seyani Brothers (Uganda)

"Responding against unfounded allegations against the quarrying activities undertaken by the company at Nakisunga, Mukono, Uganda"...

Read more

Story
16 September 2016

Intl. Criminal Court widens remit to cases on destruction of environment, exploitation of natural resources & illegal dispossession

See full story

Story
7 July 2016

Afghanistan: Global Witness report says mining of precious stone is fueling conflicts & Chinese companies are in position to end them

"…[M]ining of the precious stone is funding illegal armed groups and driving extremism and corruption in…[Afghanistan], a two-year investigation by Global Witness… has revealed. China – as the major end market for the stone – is in a strong position...

See full story

Item
4 June 2016

Work environment in Jordanian quarry mines unearths human rights violations

Author: Ezzeldeen Al-Natour, photography by Hussam Da’na, 7iber

The Stone Movers: Arched backs under the sun(This article first appeared on 7iber.com in Arabic on 19 April 2016)...

Read more

Article
17 May 2016

India: 238 deaths later, silicosis is still the killer in Godhra’s quarries

Author: Aditi Raja, Indian Express

ASWANT Manjhi...40-year-old has already lost his elder brother Mukesh, younger sister Kokila and her husband Tansinh — all workers like him at stone quarries in Godhra — to the respiratory disease. And he is among the survivors still waiting for...

Read more