The Global Justice & Human Rights Partnership organized an international conference in Colombia:

 

Understanding and managing conflicts between extractive industries

and local communities in the era of Global Justice

The extraction of natural resources has lead to environmental destruction and human rights violations. Oil and mining companies have been facing conflicts with indigenous peoples and local communities all over the world. The Global Justice partnership is trying to address this problem and shed light on the mechanisms put in place for resolving and preventing disputes in 7 regions in the world.

Canada

Tunisia

Tanzania

 

 

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