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Mining, political settlements and inclusive development in Peru

By: Cynthia A. Sanborn, Tania Ramírez and Verónica Hurtado
May 2017

Corporate social responsibility and political settlements in the mining sector in Ghana, Zambia and Peru

By: Tomas Frederiksen
January, 2017

Water pollution in the influence area of Glencore in Espinar – Legal Report to the Special Procedures of the United Nations Human Rights Council

European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights
May 2015

How The World Bank Is Financing Environmental Destruction| Huffington Post

By: Ben Hallman and Roxana Olivera
Thu., April 16, 2015

Unfulfilled promises of the consultation approach: the limits to effective indigenous participation in Bolivia’s and Peru’s extractive industries

By: Riccarda Flemmer and Almut Schilling‐Vacaflor

Fool’s Gold: The limits of tying aid to mining companies | Toronto Star

By: Marco Chown Oved, Foreign Affairs Reporter
Thu., December 18, 2014

Large scale mining: Do they pay the taxes they should? The Yanacocha case

By: Raúl Wiener and Juan Torres
December 2014

Summary of reports on mining and development in the province of Espinar, Peru

By: Gerardo Castillo Guzmán, Oxfam America

Listening to the city of Cajamarca: A study commissioned by Minera Yanacocha

Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining
March 2013

Conflict Management and Corporate Culture in the Extractive Industries: A Study in Peru

By: Rees, Caroline, Deanna Kemp and Rachel Davis
Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative
September 2012

Study of the Environmental Assessment for the Conga Mining Project in Cajamarca, Peru

WWF – Netherlands
June 2012