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Natural and mineral resources: A theological reflection

28 February 2015
Crédit photo: Commission européenne, 2010

Frank Turner, SJ “To believe in You, I must believe in love and in justice; and believing in these things is a thousand times better than pronouncing your name.” (Attributed to Henri de Lubac, SJ) The theme of justice in the domain of natural and mineral resources has become a central pillar of the...
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Networking for corporate accountability in the extractives sector and calling for open justice in Canada

28 February 2015
Répartition géographique des avoirs miniers canadiens en 2013.  Crédit photo:Ressources naturelles Canada

Kirsti Tasala The Canadian Jesuits International (CJI), an apostolate of the Jesuits in English Canada, joined the Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability (CNCA) in early 2014 and added its voice calling on Canada to be “Open for Justice.” CNCA launched Open for Justice in October 2013, a campaign that invites Canadians to support demands...
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Global Ignatian advocacy networking on governance of natural and mineral resources

31 December 2012
Minas de carbón en Jharkhand, India. Foto de: P. Walpole

Julie Edwards Julie Edwards, Chief Executive Officer of Jesuit Social Services  in Australia, wrote her report on the outcomes of the workshop of the Governance of Natural and Mineral Resources (GNMR) in London, UK last September 2012.  At the Conference level, Julie is a member of the Ecology Task Force and at the international...
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Governance of natural and mineral resources

15 September 2012
Miembros participantes de GIAN-GNMR, Londres, Septiembre 2012

Michael Livingstone Throughout the world, many communities are struggling to deal with the consequences of extraction and exploitation of natural and mineral resources.  The problems that poor and marginalised communities often face include the loss of lands on which their livelihoods depend, with little or no compensation, environmental degradation, health related impacts, and conflict...
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