UN Special Rapporteur

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ā€˜It is clear the United Statesā€™ laws do not protect the human rights of Navajosā€™

Tribes Appeal To United Nations Over UP Mines

UN expert calls for stronger action to address serious issues affecting indigenous peoples in the USA

Arctic Caucus statement on human rights and extractive industries

Western Shoshone Carrie Dann: Civil disobedience one way to protect Mother Earth

Colombia's resistance to corporate mining excess has lessons for the world

Resolution from the 2nd Barents Indigenous Peoplesā€™ Congress 2012

Bangladesh open-pit coal mine threatens fundamental rights, warn UN experts

Australia: Congress Brings First Peoples, Industry and Government Together for Talks

Social licence vital for mining

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