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While the ASGM sector is present across Peru, the department of Madre de Dios is the epicenter of illicit alluvial gold extraction and the accompanying deforestation. This case study examines the complex drivers behind ASGM sector expansion, the devastating impacts on biodiversity in the region, and the strategies implemented to address the impacts of ASGM in Madre de Dios by the Government of Peru.
Practical actions for companies to identify and address the worst forms of child labour in mineral supply chains
The OECD developed this guidance to help companies identify, mitigate and account for the risks of child labour in their mineral supply chains. It has been developed to build on the due diligence framework of the OECD Due Diligence Guidance.
The Due Diligence Check guides you through a simple questionnaire tailored to your company characteristics. This means that you only answer questions relevant to you. The advice is customized based on the answers given and divided in the five step framework of the OECD.
Economic reactivation in the context of Covid 19, sustainable development, and artisanal and small scale mining
Cristian Darío Castro Urrego, Head of Governance for ARM English
In general, reactivation plans in the context of Covid 19 should make State investments flow, along with those from big companies, international cooperation and philanthropy to put resources into the pockets of several economic actors (small companies, cooperatives, associations, ASM organizations, women organizations, community organizations, vulnerable families, among others). This should take place with a strategic approach of design and implementation of local projects, subsidies and microcredits to activate the economies of the countries, especially in marginal urban zones and rural zones where there is ASM activity.
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.
PACT & University of Delaware English
Pact and the University of Delaware’s Mapping Artisanal and Small-scale Mining to the Sustainable Development Goals (ASM-SDG Policy Assessment) is the first report assessing all positive and negative relationships between artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) and the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This issue brief reviews past experiences with delivering financial and allied services to the artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) sector and examines existing barriers to attracting formal finance and investment in the sector. It concludes with recommended interventions for governments, donors and other allies to help improve ASGM’s access to formal finance in the future.
Standardized Reporting on Mining Local Procurement: Why Civil Society Organizations Should Promote the Local Procurement Reporting Mechanism (LPRM)
This brief outlines how the LPRM can be a powerful tool for civil society organizations to improve accountability for efforts to increase local procurement, facilitate their oversight role in fair and transparent procurement processes, and also to help build collaboration between mining companies and local businesses to target supplying opportunities.
Alianza por la Minería Responsable Spanish
El presente estudio de caso expone los resultados obtenidos de la implementación de procesos enfocados a la aplicación de la debida diligencia en el departamento del Cauca, Colombia, con el fin de identificar las principales barreras y logros para la creación de cadenas de suministro formales para la minería de subsistencia y a pequeña escala de oro
Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives as Social Innovation for Governance and Practice: A Review of Responsible Mining Initiatives
Philipp C. Sauer and Michael Hiete English
The article draws on the certification requirements of 20 responsible mining initiatives globally and analyses their dual role in transforming on the one hand the responsible mining initiatives themselves and the certified companies as well as the mining practice.