AIM-traded mining companies and human rights assesses eight case studies that illustrate human rights impacts and controversies – including in relation to environmental rights. They arise from current and planned operations of mining companies with shares traded on the London Stock Exchange’s secondary AIM market: Arc Minerals (Ortac Resources) in Eritrea, Berkeley Energia in Spain, Beowulf Mining in Sweden, Condor Gold in Nicaragua, Dalradian Resources in Northern Ireland, GCM Resources in Bangladesh, MC Mining (Coal of Africa) in South Africa and Metals Exploration in the Philippines.
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