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The purpose of the Guidelines is to assist the United Nations system to mainstream and integrate indigenous peoples’ issues in processes for operational activities and programmes at the country level.
Nicholas Bainton English
This paper provides a global overview of anthropological studies on the relationship between Indigenous people and mining. It written with a broad audience in mind, especially for teaching. It covers a range of topics, from Contested Terrain and The Rise of a Global Industry to Agreement Making with Indigenous Peoples, and Emerging Directions and Enduring Debates.
GIZ Women's Rights and Mining English
This encyclopedia offers a snapshot of some of the key actors, initiatives and programmes in the field of gender and mining. It is intended as a living document, there to help practitioners gain an overview of the sector and potentially ideas for projects or collaborations, rather than as a comprehensive document setting out the definitive list of who is who in the field.
James Anaya English
This is the final thematic report of James Anaya, the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, to the Human Rights Council. Building upon previous reports, it addresses the human rights concerns of indigenous peoples relating to extractive industries.
A Guide for Governments, Companies and Practitioners: To Support Women's Rights and Mitigate Gender Risks During OECD Due Diligence Implementation
Women's Rights and Mining English
Women’s critical role in mineral production and trade - and the unique risks and challenges they face – need to be made visible to support more equitable development gains. Here are 10 strategies to strengthen risk mitigation strategies during OECD Due Diligence Implementation.