Canadian Mining

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“Canada is Back.” But Still Far Behind: An Assessment of Canada’s National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

Above Ground, MiningWatch Canada, OECD Watch
November 2016

The “Canada Brand”: Violence and Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America

By: Imai, Shin, Leah Gardner, and Sarah Weinberger.

Report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women

Earth Rights International, The Human Rights Clinic, Mining Watch Canada
October 2016

Canadian Mining: Still Controversial in Central America – The Case of Honduras

By: Mercedes Garcia, Council on Hemispheric Affairs
May 2016

Indigenous Peoples Communities of African Descent Extractive Industries

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
December 2015

In the National Interest? Criminalization of Land and Environment Defenders in the Americas

MiningWatch Canada and the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group
August 2015

Dismantling Democracy: Stifling Debate and Dissent in Canada

June 2015

Canadian Complicity: Excellon Resources, the Canadian Embassy, and the Violation of Land and Labour Rights in Durango, Mexico

MiningWatch Canada and United Steelworkers
February 2015

Human Rights, Indigenous Rights and Canada’s Extraterritorial Obligations: Thematic Hearing for 153rd Period of Sessions
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Petitioner: Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability
Counsel: Justice and Corporate Accountability Project
October 28, 2014

Canada’s Controversial Engagement in Honduras

By: Sabrina Escalera-Flexhaug, Council on Hemispheric Affairs
August 2014

Preliminary Verdict: Session on the Canadian Mining Industry in Latin America

Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal
June 2014

Corruption, Murder and Canadian Mining in Mexico: The Case of Blackfire Exploration and the Canadian Embassy

By: Jennifer Moore and Gillian Colgrove
May, 2013

Corporate Social Responsibility: Movements and Footprints of Canadian Mining and Exploration Firms in the Developing World

The Canadian Centre for the Study of Resource Conflict
October 2009