indigenous peoples
Inequality.org | 27-Mar-2020
The hard work of protecting water and land from the long-term harms associated with gold and silver mining takes place daily on the frontlines of tenacious struggles throughout Latin America and around the world.
Radio Canada | 27-Feb-2020
Cosigo Resources réclame 22 milliards de dollars, car elle ne peut pas exploiter de l’or sur un territoire autochtone.
CIAR Global | 20-Dec-2019
En una nota de prensa difundida por la minera canadiense Lupaka, ésta anuncia que ha presentado Notificación de Intención de Presentar una Reclamación de Arbitraje, de conformidad con el Acuerdo de Libre Comercio de 2009 entre Canadá y Perú el 12 de diciembre, ante el Ministro de Economía y Finanzas peruano.
IISD | 28-Jun-2019
Un groupe d’investisseurs néerlandais et costariciens a perdu une bataille juridique contre le Panama sous l’égide d’un tribunal du CIRDI.
Inequality | 13-May-2019
In more than two-thirds of the mining-related lawsuits against governments in the region, communities have actively organizing against the mining activities.
Mining Watch | 2-May-2019
We analyzed 38 multi-million dollar claims brought by the mining industry using ISDS and other investment protection laws; in over half, communities are fighting to protect Indigenous territory, water, and more.
Yellowhead Institute | 26-Feb-2019
Exception clauses amount to little more than tokenism, and short-change our full rights to determine trade relationships on our land and oceanic territories.
IIED | 23-Feb-2019
Existing arrangements for third parties to participate in investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) are not designed to protect people whose rights and interests are directly at stake.
SSRN | 24-Jan-2019
International investment law overlooks the interests of local communities. This is especially troublesome in foreign investment in natural resources and infrastructure, where the local communities are the most affected and whose harm often leads to disputes.
El Telégrafo | 28-Sep-2018
Medio centenar de indígenas de la Amazonía ecuatoriana se concentraron este miércoles 26 de septiembre frente a la Procuraduría del Estado, en Quito, para exigir al Gobierno que rechace un laudo arbitral que condena al país y que pone en peligro el proceso de reparación de daños ambientales causados por la petrolera Chevron.

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