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Police brutally dismantle peaceful mining resistance in Guatemala

Shreema Mehta | June 19, 2014

Over 80 groups sign statement opposing intimidation and forced displacement of mining protesters in Peru

Payal Sampat | April 24, 2014

When government fails, people near fracking are left with few choices

Sharon Wilson | October 18, 2013

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Issues

Conflict Minerals

January 11, 2012


Library

Cajamarca, Peru statement by human rights, enviro, indigenous, faith NGOs re represssion and human r

| May 2, 2014

A Human Rights Assessment of Hydraulic Fracturing for Natural Gas

Environment and Human Rights Advisory | December 12, 2011


Media

Tarnished gold: why Peru’s forced labor mining matters to the US

The Guardian | Barbara Fraser | Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Human Rights Assessment of Hydraulic Fracturing for Natural Gas Raises Liability Concerns for New York

Earthworks | Monday, December 12, 2011


Voices

Ahafo


Recent News

Sep 16 | New Internationalist | Stephanie Boyd
The myth of ethical gold
Sep 10 | Earthworks, et al
Groups file appeal on Longmont fracking ban
Sep 9 | Durango Herald | Peter Marcus
Lachelt leads diverse group looking into well rules

On Twitter

#Natgas is no long-term shield against severe effects of climate change | @hbernton in @seattletimes bit.ly/YTvZWR #fracking
RT @frackfreedenton: MT @GarrettGraham1: How Rural New Mexico Residents Fought #Fracking & Won | @truthout bit.ly/YTsVd4 @NTXSAF

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