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...