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Permanent People Tribunal - Jurors Report Available!
Following the first Southern Africa Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on Transnational Corporations, which took place in Manzini on 16th and 17th August 2016, AIDC would like to present the Jurors’ Report. The Tribunal brought together 500 people over 2 days to hear the testimonies of 9 communities from Southern Africa, who presented cases on how TNC’s are are violating their human and environmental rights.
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In The Spotlight....
UK aid money spent trying to boost British role in Malawi oil sector, 01 December 2016, The Guardian, UK
LIBERIA PASSES HISTORIC OIL LAW REQUIRING COMPANIES TO PUBLISH NAMES OF THEIR OWNERS, 01 December 2016, Global Witness
Government Repossesses 5000 mining claims, 50 000 lose jobs, 21 October 2016, Chronicle ‘LITTLE BROTHER’S BIG SECRET’: RADIO 4 TAKES A HARD LOOK AT LONDON’S JUNIOR STOCK EXCHANGE, Global Witness, 27 September 2016 Can Zimbabwe’s small scale miners boost gold output? , Chronicle, 26 September 2016 Coal conflict in Hwange: community demands indigenisation of ALL mining operations, Chronicle, 20 September 2016