Justice in Mining is a Global Ignatian Advocacy Network that works to protect human rights and the environment, and seeks to ensure mining only occurs
Understanding the impact of mining in La Nueva Esperanza, Honduras
Kirsti Tasala Honduras in Central America is a country of rich history, breathtaking geography, and generous people. But it is also a country struggling to
Mining in Australia: A balanced and informed conversation needed
Scholastic Justin Glyn, SJ The role of mining in Australia is a complex one. Western Australia, in particular, is rich in iron ore while there
Governance of natural and mineral resources
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
Catholic social teaching and mining in the Philippines
Sylvia Miclat The Society of Jesus Social Apostolate (SJSA) in the Philippines, recognizing the complexity of the issues and the multiple views that mineral development
Jesuit engagement in mining discussions: Seeking the ethical basis for human development
Mariel de Jesus and Pedro Walpole, SJ As the Philippines awaits the Aquino administration’s new take on mining, it is valuable to revisit some
Corporate Social Responsibility in the Congolese mining companies
Two events have prompted a field mission in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) as part of the project “Relational Peace Advocacy Network” (RPAN) of OCIPE in June 2010.
First, the CEPAS, our partner in the Congo in the triangulation Brussels – Kinshasa and Washington, organized two workshops on social responsibility of extracting companies; and second, a team of three researchers collected the information necessary for academic research on practices of mining companies in Katanga.