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Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a critical

Jan 15, 2015· According to Downing (2014, p.8) there is a unique tendency in mining to move human settlements on a piecemeal basis, a strategy he refers to as “stepwise mining expansion and land take”. 17 In mining, this renders displacement a distinctly incremental phenomenon.

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Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: The case of

May 01, 2019· 1. Introduction. Mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) can cause major social disruption and affect the socioeconomic condition of resettled persons, yet it is an inevitable outcome of incremental mineral exploitation (Kemp, Owen, & Collins, 2017; Owen & Kemp, 2015).Mining-induced displacement involves, mostly, the involuntary movement of affected people

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Accompaniment in a Time of Pandemic and Forced Migration

As global forced displacement increases, exclusionary national walls and policies have multiplied. As the U.S. government has built a gulag of detention prisons, many citizens have been committed to creating multiple practices of accompaniment with migrants. Mary Watkins explores mutual accompaniment in this context as resistance and solidarity.

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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

Aug 10, 2012· Other sources estimated the scale of mining-caused displacement in India at more than 2,55 million people between 1950 and 1990. Contrary to the opinions of some specialists, the problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement is a global problem, occurring on all continents.

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MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT

Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Cleaner Production. 9 Unlike other industries, mining companies face uncertainty around land use they are not always able to predict long-term needs. Land is often secured on an ‘as needs’ basis, as projects expand.

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News on mining displacements : INDR

The Mining Law Committee of the International Bar Association released a Spanish translation of the Model Mining Development Agreement which is now available at mmdaproject.org. The translation was undertaken by Chilean lawyer Maria de los Angeles Perez and the translation review was done by Quinzio & Cia Abogados in Santiago, Chile.

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Bogumil Terminski MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND

Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement, published in 2002 by professor Theodore E. Downing. 3 Another equally important book concerning this issue is the report, Dirty Materials: Mining, communities and environment,prepared in 2004 by Oxfam America Earthworks. 4 My

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Making Room Mining the Now

Sep 16, 2017· by Chris Koellhoffer, IHM, September 17, 2017 We might call it the “Summer of Displacement” for to displace is to move something from its usual or proper place to another, less familiar location. On the microcosmic scale, I experienced displacement this summer when a fall that fractured my ankle and sternum also displaced a rib,

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Africa: conflicts and mining-induced displacement War

"Mining-induced displacement was one of the most underreported causes of displacement in Africa, and one that was likely to increase, as mineral extraction remained a key economic driver in the whole region," was one of the conclusions of a official report by SADC, the Southern African Development Community, early 2006.

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Mines, Mining and Displacement in India

Mines, Mining and Displacement in India This paper examines Indian-specific cases to determine the impact of mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR). It provides a gendered perspective on displacement and environmental degradation issues and explains how women are more exposed to negative impacts from displacement.

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8 Types of land subsidence, by Alice S. Allen, Bureau of

displacement mechanisms. Not all of these mechanisms are well understood. Subsidence processes Subsidence is a familiar accompaniment of a variety of natural events that comprise the geologic history of many areas. For practical reasons geologic processes that are accompanied by Mining subsidence is not reviewed, but

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CJL PBI Colombia (English)

One of the main focuses of CJL’s work is the support and defence of displaced communities or those at risk of forced displacement, and populations at risk of dispossession due to the implementation of urban development projects and mining and energy projects. “The accompaniment to local processes and the defence of the territory has been

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An End to Waste? Science

Aug 10, 2012· ![Figure][1] CREDIT: ETH ZÜRICH Even though waste is an inevitable accompaniment to all processes, contemplating an end to waste can force us to think about how we define, generate, and manage it. Two common definitions of waste are a substance or object that is discarded and the avoidable loss of a resource. The current waste management practices in industrialized countries are

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The Human Rights Impact of Bauxite Mining in Guinea HRW

Oct 04, 2018· Summary Bauxite mining in Guinea, one of the world’s poorest countries, is booming. Since 2015, the government of President Alpha Condé has transformed Guinea into a

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Cultural integrity, rights, and accompaniment Ecology

Sep 30, 2019· Pedro Walpole SJ Ecojesuit shares this article originally published in the latest issue of Promotio Iustitiae (Issue No127, 2019/1) focused on Indigenous Rights and Integral Ecology: Amazon, Great Lakes, and Asian Forests. This theme was particularly chosen in view of the ongoing Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazon Region, 6 to 27 October 2019. Also, the

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2017 Mining the Now

Dec 24, 2017· Streets turned into rivers and forests into piles of ash. Displacement was a universal experience. It occurs to me that displacement of any kind is accompanied by this subtext: a longing for home, a yearning to return to the familiar and the routine, to find comfort in the seemingly ordinary around which our daily lives once revolved.

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international accompaniment NISGUA

Displacement in Guatemala and How Transnational Solidarity Must Impact our Local Organizing for Housing and Land Rights. Washington, D.C. local, Clara Lincoln is a recent NISGUA accompanier through the Guatemala Accompaniment Program. She spent ten months accompanying land and human rights defenders in Guatemala. Since returning, she has

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OHCHR End of mission statement by the United Nations

Accompaniment by local or international actors has helped to deter attacks and to provide psychological support to defenders, given that it demonstrates solidarity between and among defenders locally and transnationally. I commend the efforts of states to provide those organizations with a

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Eloy Palacios Assistant for the Coordination of

I have also performed as a consultant in the private sector for the mining industry. in the preparation and implementation of land acquisition and resettlement plans to guide the physical and economic displacement caused by mining projects in accordance with international best practices. I supervised the work of the Accompaniment Teams

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University of Toronto Family Medicine Report: Caring for

The University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine has released a new report on the state of family medicine and the health of patients in the Greater Toronto Area. The 2020

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Data mining in military systems WIT Press

Data mining in military systems A. A. Motta1, A. S. Alves1 & N. F. F. Ebecken2 1Brazilian Navy Research Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Abstract The discovery of knowledge in databases has gained great importance and interest in recent years, especially in strategical areas where the access to the

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Semiotic distribution of responsibility: an ethnography of

Nov 01, 2019· Through different ethnographic pieces I show how the displacement of responsibility, the invocation of “the environment” as an abstract obligation by a foreign mining company and the semiotic riposte by the guaqueros, constitute a permanent movement between patronage and corporate social responsibility models.

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