Polluted water, website, and worker deaths

Polluted water, website, and worker deaths

Dear friends, We have redesigned our website! It now provides much more introductory material, so people who are not familiar with the mining industry or our work can learn more about the background as well as being able to find our latest news (now available at the...
Latest bulletin

Latest bulletin

JANUARY 2019 Dear friends, Last Friday 25 January, there was a catastrophic tailings dam burst at Brumadinho in Brazil, at an iron ore mine run by Brazilian multinational Vale. Although the environmental damage done seems to be much less than when the Fundao tailings...
Community visits

Community visits

“We thank you infinitely for your valuable work, dedication, accompaniment and care that we received from each one of you. We wove bonds of infinite affection that we hope will continue to grow despite the distances…. Everything went very well thanks to...
Advocacy

Advocacy

The most important part of our work is the solidarity and advocacy that we offer to communities badly affected by London-linked mining companies. These communities are the main actors in their struggle for justice, but they welcome the support of friends around the...
What we do

What we do

Monitoring abuses of rights in mining-affected communities, and seeking redress We support campaigns and petitions by member groups and others, write and support open letters, address our concerns with parliamentarians, and attend company AGMs asking question on...
The sound and the fury: yet another GCM AGM

The sound and the fury: yet another GCM AGM

Report by Richard Solly, Co-ordinator, London Mining Network I suspect that GCM Resources management thought that if they held their AGM this year on 28 December, deep in the heart of the Christmas-New Year break, protesters would stay away and they could have a quiet...