Rio Tinto

This section of the site is given over to specific resources associated with Indigenous Peoples. Some of the materials in this area of the site are downloadable, but there may be large files which will take time to download. The resources on offer include a range of Educational Materials, with materials suitable for exhibitions, a Photo Library, where you may download and re-use images as long as you credit the photographer, and any organisation if relevant, and a list of publications, from PIPLinks and others. Some of these are for free downloading, and some are listed as a bibliography.

World Bank and Others Poised to Invest in Rio Tinto’s Flawed Mongolian Mining Project

Is Rio Tinto managing herders in ‚ÄúOyu Tolgoi City‚ÄĚ in the South Gobi region of Mongolia?

Mining Saps a Thirsty Desert

New report shows World Bank tough talk on climate is just a mirage in Mongolia’s Gobi desert

Resource firms slowly embracing indigenous rights

Chinese copper mine triggers nationwide protests led by Buddhist clergy

Rio Tinto threatens to exit Madagascar after CEO is trapped by protesters

Traditional owners happy at mine deals

Historic day as Koongarra protected from uranium mining

Mozambican tribal queen stands up to Rio Tinto over land

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