Samata, an NGO with a consistent track record of successful interventions to protect the human and democratic rights of communities adversely affected by mining, is hiring. It has vast knowledge
Commenting on the protests by scores of people in London against Vedanta Resources, the majority shareholder in Konkola Copper Mines, SARW country coordinator, Edward Lange, says the mineral resources in Zambia are being literally looted because the mining communities and the country at large are not seeing tangible benefits.
Local Children Rights NGOs are faced with a situation that calls for immediate drastic action to ensure the realisation of childfocused policies that communities abide by. Welfare organisations play an important role in the child care and protection field, providing a critical safety net for destitute, abused and neglected children.
Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) have played a major role in pushing for sustainable development at the international level. Campaigning groups have been key drivers of intergovernmental negotiations, ranging from the regulation of hazardous wastes to a global ban on land mines and the elimination of slavery.
"The new law means that people in Malawi''s mining communities should be able to get vital information they need to protect their lives and livelihoods," said Katharina Rall, researcher at Human Rights Watch. "The president should sign the law, and the government should act quickly to put it into effect."
474 Promotion and protection of human rights Recognizing the right and the responsibility of individuals, groups and associ ations to promote respect for and foster knowledge of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels,
South African Coal Mining: Corporate Grievance Mechanisms, Community Engagement Concerns and Mining Impacts. This report by the Benchmarks Foundation, explores South Africa''s coal sector, providing an overview of serious negative impacts, shortcomings of policies, and documenting issues of corporate responsibility and human rights. Other Regional Campaigns
Aug 30, 2017 · The United Nations estimates that 168 million children globally are engaged in child labor, some against their will. Poverty is the major reason, and the UN International Labour Organization describes child labor in mining as one of the worst forms. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development guidelines are firm that no company tolerate or
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has significant deposits of minerals and metals, including gold, copper, tantalum, tungsten, coltan and cobalt. For more than a decade the extraction of these resources has been linked to conflict, human rights abuses and corruption.
Nov 10, 2017 · It''s Never Been More Important for Big Companies to Listen to Local Communities. (particularly those specializing in mining, oil and energy, and real estate) and local communities
The Guatemalan government is fuelling the fires of conflict by failing to consult local communities before awarding mining licences to companies, effectively raising the risk of bloodshed and bulldozing over the rights of its people, said Amnesty International today. Download ''Mining in Guatemala: Rights at
Apr 26, 2012 · Originally posted April 2011 This article outlines the important role that can be played by nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in helping to tackle environmental issues in the Middle East. Using the work of the Emirates Wildlife Society in association with the World Wild Fund for Nature (EWSWWF) as an example, the article explores the challenges facing NGOs in the United Arab Emirates
In a hearing before the Commission, advoes explained how extractive activities, especially mining and energy projects, restrict individual and community water use. They also documented the failure of states to protect the right to water and effectively control companies and projects that affect this right. Washington, DC, United States.
What Do NonGovernmental Organizations Do? Eric Werker and Faisal Z. Ahmed May 2007 Forthcoming: Journal of Economic Perspectives Eric Werker is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, Boston, Massachusetts. Faisal Z. Ahmed is a doctoral student at the University of Chicago.
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This part of the globalissues web site introduces the roles of nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs and the problems that they have helped to both address and even played a part in creating. promote the interests of the poor, protect the environment, provide basic social services, or undertake community two right wing think tanks
''Development NGOs'', but even this masks an extremely diverse set of organisations, ranging from small, informal, communitybased organisations to large, highprofile, international NGOs working through local partners across the developing world. Given the difficulties defining ''NGO'', disaggregating within the NGO sector is often based on
Mining and Environmental Justice Community Network of South Africa. MEJCONSA is a network of communities, communitybased organisations and community members whose environmental and human rights are affected, directly or indirectly, by mining and miningrelated activities.
Sep 27, 2016 · Malawi''s government has failed to protect the rights and livelihoods of people living in nascent mining communities. Families living near coal and uranium mining
We provide communities, NGOs, activists, the media and the general public with information about many aspects of global mining and its impacts. New articles are added regularly please refer to latest headlines on the right of this page.
Jul 01, 2014 · These NGOs often offer valuable resources to students, including research, handson internships and volunteer opportunities. Read on to find out how 14 of the most influential sustainability NGOs are making a difference, and identify which ones you should get involved with.
conflicting strategies at community level, a lack of learning from experience and an inability of NGOs to address local structural causes of poverty, deprivation and underdevelopment. Negative competition for resources also undermines the reputation of the sector and the effectiveness of NGO activities at community level.
Apr 17, 2015 · CED''s Executive Secretary, Nguiffo said communities have a right for a clean and safe environment." The NGOs are also pushing for
Human Rights Activism and the Role of NGOs "Everyone has the right, individually and in association with others, to promote and to strive for the protection and realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels."
We recognise that access to clean water is a human right and the pollution of rivers by mining operations constitutes a violation of the rights of the mining communities to clean water and
It sets criteria for responsible gold mining like more efficient production, zero release of toxics like mercury, and safe working practices. Local partners of Solidaridad have been training smallscale mining communities, helping them to legalize their activities, form
The community has been assisted by the NGO Sustaining the Wild Coast (SWC) in linking to legal aid, media contacts, social workers, other NGOs etc. to inform people of their rights and how to access other resources. Affected communities have formed the Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) to coordinate community resistance to the mining.
MAC MiningAffected Communities MEC Member of Executive Council law that governs mining and to protect their rights. Page 6 Mining rights and permits Mining Right:A mining right gives a company or an individual permission to mine for a specified period of up to 30 years.
The World Bank works with governments, companies, NGOs and stakeholders to reduce poverty and boost prosperity by supporting the integrated sustainable development of communities involved in artisanal and smallscale mining in developing countries.
Beneficiaries: Protection International provides tools and strategies to people who defend human rights, in order to protect themselves. We support individuals, organisations, networks, and communities whose right to defend human rights is being violated through threats, judicial harassment, stigmatisation, or other forms of repression.