When You Strike the Women, You Strike A Rock

When You Strike the Women, You Strike A Rock

Learning from women’s organising in apartheid South Africa to present-day ahead of the sixth anniversary of 2012’s Marikana Massacre¬† By Yula Burin Marikana Solidarity Collective marked South Africa’s Women’s Day on 9 August 2018 with a film...
The dog ate my homework: another year at Rio Tinto

The dog ate my homework: another year at Rio Tinto

Report on the Rio Tinto plc AGM, London, 11 April 2018 By Richard Solly, Co-ordinator, London Mining Network A recording of the whole AGM is available at https://edge.media-server.com/m6/p/q6qsz3ho (registration is necessary). An analysis of the company’s...
Cerrejon Coal: the Marcha de Mantas Rojas

Cerrejon Coal: the Marcha de Mantas Rojas

Last week, LMN member group Colombia Solidarity Campaign organised a vigil outside the Colombian Embassy in London in support of our friends in La Guajira, Colombia, who are struggling to stop Cerrejon Coal (owned by London-listed multinationals Anglo American, BHP...
Industrial Mining: A Wild Frontier in Need of Monitoring

Industrial Mining: A Wild Frontier in Need of Monitoring

PassBlue is an independent digital publication providing in-depth journalism and vivid photographs on the United Nations, with a strong focus on women. The publication’s reporter Rhona Scullion recently interviewed London Mining Network Co-ordinator Richard...