Tabaco, Colombia: still no justice after 18 years

Tabaco, Colombia: still no justice after 18 years

On 9 August 2001 the Afro-Descendant community of Tabaco was forcibly displaced from their ancestral land to give way to the biggest open cast coal mine in Latin America: Cerrejon. The mine is currently owned by Anglo American, BHP and Glencore, three multinational...
VIDEOS: ‘Extracting coal is extracting life’

VIDEOS: ‘Extracting coal is extracting life’

These interviews with Sarah Agustio from Indonesian mining advocacy network JATAM and Indonesian PhD student Siti Maimunah were filmed during ‘Extracting Us’, a photography exhibition held in ONCA gallery, Brighton, UK, from 11-21 July 2019. Indonesia...
Solidarity vigil marking Marikana 7th anniversary

Solidarity vigil marking Marikana 7th anniversary

MARIKANA: AMANDLAA! AWETHU! What? Solidarity vigil on 7th anniversary of Marikana Massacre. Please bring your voices and yellow flowers. We will be reading out the names of those who died and will observe a minute’s silence to remember them. Where? South Africa...
More AGMs, and uranium mining

More AGMs, and uranium mining

Dear friends, I hope to see many of you at our annual gathering on the evening of Wednesday 26 June. Do come and hear from our guests Siti Maimunah and Volker Boege about the legacy of UK mining company Rio Tinto in Bougainville and Indonesia, and learn more about our...
Death threats, and Lonmin’s last days

Death threats, and Lonmin’s last days

Dear friends, It has been six weeks since our last full news mailing, and there has been so much news we cannot fit it all in a mailing! I hope you’ll find the news below interesting, but remember also that you can find our full news output by following us on...