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Unmasking BHP: Human rights defenders meet with investors

On 22 October, four frontline defenders in the UK for Unmasking BHP week met with BHP investors in Westminster, London. This was minutes walk away from where BHP held its annual general meeting (AGM) on 17 October. In a first for LMN and Local Authority Pension Fund...

VIDEO: Unmasking BHP

Unmasking BHP is between 12-24 October. Four frontline defenders are travelling from Latin America to the UK to challenge the world's largest mining corporation, BHP, about its deadly extractive operations which harm people and planet. Join us.

VIDEO: Stop UK company’s expansion of mine into Bruno river!

Ahead of our Unmasking BHP week of action between 14-22 October, Leobardo Sierra speaks about the impact of a British multinational mining company's diversion of the river upon which he and his community depends. The community leader of El Rocio village, La Guajira, a...

Unmasking BHP: introducing the defenders…

Four environmental human rights defenders are travelling from Latin America to the UK for Unmasking BHP – a week of arts, protest and discussion to mobilize around the London-listed mining company’s annual shareholders’ meeting. Between 14-22 October we will challenge...

Unmasking BHP week: protest mega-mining and climate breakdown

Four environmental human rights defenders are travelling from Latin America to the UK for Unmasking BHP - a week of arts, protest and discussion to mobilize around the London-listed mining company’s annual shareholders’ meeting. Join us between 14-22 October as we...

Peru: residents block roads in protest against Anglo American

In Moquegua (southern Peru), hundreds of citizens including campesinas and campesinos protesting against the Quellaveco copper mining project, run by the British Anglo American company, blocked the most important roads in the region, which has caused dozens of...

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...

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