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Improving how mining and resettlement risks are understood

A Research Initiative for Mining Resettlement and Livelihoods. MiningResettlement is an initiative of The University of Queensland's Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining. It is a multi-party, industry-university research collaboration on mining and resettlement in

New mining resettlement dataset sets the standard

Displacement underway at a gold mine in Melanesia. University of Queensland researchers have published the first ever global dataset of mining induced displacement and resettlement, giving mining companies an evidence base to develop best practice.. It has been four years in development and contains 270 resettlement events.

Mining resettlement Oxfam Australia

Mining resettlement Large scale development projects, such as mines, often lead to local communities being displaced from their land and resettled in other locations. Whilst governments and project developers have responsibilities to ensure that people are not worse off after resettlement, it can often lead to a range of negative impacts.

Gold Prospecting, Mining, and Refining Gold Processes

Jan 28, 2018 “Dirty Gold” is a term employed by advocates who wish to see changes in the social and environmental aspects of gold mining. The disastrous cyanide spill at a gold mine reprocessing facility in Baia Mare, Romania in 2000. Modern Gold Mining Protections. The use of cyanide is an important aspect of gold mining that needs to be carefully managed.

Managing resettlement ICMM Mining with Principles

Mining with principles means making every effort to avoid the resettlement of people but, where this is not possible, steps should be taken to ensure sensitive engagement with affected communities, and the delivery of resettlement plans that mitigate negative impacts

‘To move or not to move’: Reflections on the resettlement

R.K. Amankwah, C. Anim-Sackey, ‘Strategies for sustainable development of the small-scale gold and diamond mining industry of Ghana’, Resources Policy29, 3–4 (2003), pp. 131–38, and Gavin Hilson and Clive Potter, ‘Structural adjustment and subsistence industry: artisanal gold mining in Ghana’, Development and Change36, 1 (2005), pp

Analysis of livelihood issues in resettlement mining

Oct 01, 2019 This study examined mining-induced resettlement within the context of land tenure regimes, local assets and livelihoods, and their implications towards achieving SDG 1 targets 4 and 5 as conceptualised in Fig. 1. The analysis presented in this paper shows that the resettlement has led to unforeseen economic hardship on affected households.

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.

(PDF) Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A

Aug 13, 2020 Increasingly, the generic set of international standards that are used to manage cases of DIDR are being tested by the unique challenges posed by mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR).

Gold Prospecting, Mining, and Refining Gold Processes

“Dirty Gold” is a term employed by advocates who wish to see changes in the social and environmental aspects of gold mining. The disastrous cyanide spill at a gold mine reprocessing facility in Baia Mare, Romania in 2000. Modern Gold Mining Protections. The use of cyanide is an important aspect of gold mining that needs to be carefully managed.

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a critical

Jan 15, 2015 The final sample includes 41 resettlement events at 33 sites. 6 In terms of categorization, we separated mining ‘projects’ where resettlements occurred from the resettlement ‘events’ that took place in these locations. For example, at Newmont's Ahafo project in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana, multiple resettlement action plans (RAPs) have been developed and implemented to accommodate

‘To move or not to move’: Reflections on the resettlement

R.K. Amankwah, C. Anim-Sackey, ‘Strategies for sustainable development of the small-scale gold and diamond mining industry of Ghana’, Resources Policy29, 3–4 (2003), pp. 131–38, and Gavin Hilson and Clive Potter, ‘Structural adjustment and subsistence industry: artisanal gold mining in Ghana’, Development and Change36, 1 (2005), pp

Analysis of livelihood issues in resettlement mining

Oct 01, 2019 This study examined mining-induced resettlement within the context of land tenure regimes, local assets and livelihoods, and their implications towards achieving SDG 1 targets 4 and 5 as conceptualised in Fig. 1. The analysis presented in this paper shows that the resettlement has led to unforeseen economic hardship on affected households.

LIVELIHOOD RESTORATION AND RESETTLEMENT POLICY

Livelihood Restoration and Resettlement Policy Section 1: Introduction 1.1 The Company Teranga Gold Corporation (Teranga Gold) is a Canadian gold mining company, which acquired the Sabodala Gold Mine and a number of exploration permits located in Senegal, West Africa,

(PDF) Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A

Aug 13, 2020 Increasingly, the generic set of international standards that are used to manage cases of DIDR are being tested by the unique challenges posed by mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR).

ICMM & Land acquisition and resettlement: Lessons learned

The publication provides recommendations for managing the resettlement of local communities who have been displaced or whose livelihoods have been impacted due to the presence of mining. This includes ensuring adequate compensation and development opportunities. The aim of this document is to support companies in achieving positive outcomes.

Sustainability OceanaGold

We continue to enhance our performance against sustainability and operational targets as we work toward our vision of being the gold mining company of choice. This means continuing our focus on the health and safety of our people and the wellbeing of our local communities, and our ongoing commitment to uphold the highest standards in

Gold Prospecting, Mining, and Refining Gold Processes

“Dirty Gold” is a term employed by advocates who wish to see changes in the social and environmental aspects of gold mining. The disastrous cyanide spill at a gold mine reprocessing facility in Baia Mare, Romania in 2000. Modern Gold Mining Protections. The use of cyanide is an important aspect of gold mining that needs to be carefully managed.

‘To move or not to move’: Reflections on the resettlement

R.K. Amankwah, C. Anim-Sackey, ‘Strategies for sustainable development of the small-scale gold and diamond mining industry of Ghana’, Resources Policy29, 3–4 (2003), pp. 131–38, and Gavin Hilson and Clive Potter, ‘Structural adjustment and subsistence industry: artisanal gold mining in Ghana’, Development and Change36, 1 (2005), pp

ICMM & Land acquisition and resettlement: Lessons learned

The publication provides recommendations for managing the resettlement of local communities who have been displaced or whose livelihoods have been impacted due to the presence of mining. This includes ensuring adequate compensation and development opportunities. The aim of this document is to support companies in achieving positive outcomes.

[PDF] Mining, resettlement and lost livelihoods: listening

Corpus ID: 127650904. Mining, resettlement and lost livelihoods: listening to the voices of resettled communities in Mualadzi, Mozambique @inproceedings{Lillywhite2015MiningRA, title={Mining, resettlement and lost livelihoods: listening to the voices of resettled communities in Mualadzi, Mozambique}, author={S. Lillywhite and Deanna Kemp and K. Sturman}, year={2015} }

Impact of Illegal Gold Mining / Panning on Farming

farming in Zimbabwe’s resettlement areas. Keywords: Illegal gold panning alluvial gold deposits farming activitiesresettlement areas effluent disposal, cyanide and mercury concentration 1. Background of the Study employment creation and foreign currency earnings that are Mining is an important economic activity which has the

Gold Ridge mining project social and resettlement action

Allied Gold, through Gold Ridge Mining Ltd. (GRML) has re-opened the Gold Ridge Mine in the Solomon Islands. This involved an A$150 million refurbishment and expansion of the existing plant to increase capacity from 2.0Mtpa to 2.5Mtpa. First gold was produced in March 2011.

Mining Comparative Guide Energy and Natural Resources

Aug 12, 2020 Most of the gold mining operations are located in the greenstone belt around Lake Victoria in the Geita, Shinyanga and Mara regions. Some occurrences of gold are also found in the Morogoro region, which is located in the eastern part of the country, as well as in the coastal region of Tanga. Diamonds are mostly mined in the Shinyanga region.

(PDF) Country-level governance frameworks for mining

PDF Debates about safeguarding the rights of people displaced by mining focus on three levels of governance. The first is the international system of Find, read and cite all the research

Mining and Resettlement of Communities in Ghana: Exposing

Mining and Resettlement of Communities in Ghana: Exposing the harm caused by forced displacement and relocation Kinross Newmont Ghana Impact on Communities This research paper was done by Stephen Aboagye-Amponsah as part of his studies for a Master's degree in

In Zimbabwe, Farmers and Miners Clash as Artisanal Mining

Dec 08, 2019 “Some artisanal miners use gold sensors to find out where there are gold deposits. The miners then haphazardly set alight large tracts of grazing land [to clear the land for mining],” Mugadza says. “Our livestock is left with no grazing land.” Mining and farming are the two largest industries in the country’s economy.

Mining with a ‘Vuvuzela’: reconfiguring artisanal mining

(2012). Mining with a ‘Vuvuzela’: reconfiguring artisanal mining in Southern Zimbabwe and its implications to rural livelihoods. Journal of Contemporary African Studies: Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 219-233.

Resettlement programme implementation the effect on

Title: Resettlement programme implementation the effect on livelihoods of people in mining communities in t, Author: Alexander Decker, Name: Resettlement

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BOTSWANA AND ZAMBIA BY

mining are mining induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR), the environment, infrastructure and social amenities, health, and the social fabric. The quantitative findings from the Relative Importance Index (RII) indicated that infrastructure and social amenities was the

Good Practice Handbook: Land Acquisition and Resettlement

III. Mining NGGL Newmont Ghana Gold Limited NGO nongovernmental organization NTFP nontimber forest products resettlement program consistent with the needs of -affected population and project international good practice (Performance Standard 5 on Land Acquisition and