Issues: Landmines & unexploded ordnances

See also: Armed conflict, Humanitarian
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PALAWAN: VOICES FROM THE "LOST FRONTIER"

In March 2006, the Philippines’ President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has called for a revitalization of mining nation-wide....

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Indigenous peoples, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 2609 times

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PALAWAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AGAINST MINING

Notoriously, the Catholic Church in the Philippines is one of the most authoritative and powerful anti-mining voices in the country....

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Landmines & unexploded ordnances, Religion

Witnessed: 3256 times

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GUESTS IN THEIR OWN LAND: THE PALAWAN OF BUHOY

The Mineral Production Sharing Agreement (MPSA) area of the Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation includes the ancestral domain of the indigenous Palawan of Buhoy, whose natural resources are rapidly dim...

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Indigenous peoples, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 2977 times

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MacroAsia Corporation: No Legal Bases for Mining

MacroAsia, the flagship company of airline and cigarette magnate Lucio Tan (Philippines richest man) is set to start full-scale operations in Brookes Point Municipality....

Regions: Philippines

Issues: Environment, Indigenous peoples, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 2369 times

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Protecting Civilians in War: Ending the Use of Cluster Munitions

Visit www.hrw.org to read more about Human Rights Watch's work on Cluster Munitions

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Regions: Global

Issues: Armed conflict, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 1711 times

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Reality of ADB safeguards in Sri Lanka - Part 2

Sri Lanka is an island situated along the strategically important Indian sea route. It is a middle income country which has a population of approximately 20 million people. ...

Regions: Sri Lanka

Issues: Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 2034 times

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The Betrayal by Ellen Kuras and Thavisouk Phrasavath

Filmed over 23 years, The Betrayal is the Academy Award®-nominated directorial debut of renowned cinematographer Ellen Kuras in a unique collaboration with the film's subject and co-director, Thaviso...

Regions: Laos, United States, Vietnam

Issues: Landmines & unexploded ordnances, Poverty, Torture

Witnessed: 2378 times

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The Burma Challenge Grant

In support of the Genocide Intervention Networks Burma Early Warning Project, the Echoing Green Foundation has issued a $25,000 matching grant challenge....

Regions: Myanmar

Issues: Crimes against humanity, Internally displaced persons, Landmines & unexploded ordnances

Witnessed: 2994 times

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10 March 2009 Flooding in the Safe Zone

Health officials in Vanni said Wednesday that civilians inside the 'safe zone', urgently need at least 50,000 temporary shelters and temporary toilets as they live under worn out tarpaulin tents....

Regions: Sri Lanka

Issues: Internally displaced persons, Landmines & unexploded ordnances, Shelter

Witnessed: 2180 times

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25 Jan 09 Shelling of Visuvamadhu by SL Army

Shelling of the civilian 'Safe Zone' by the Govt of Sri Lanka: 2800 dead more than 7000 injured The govt of SL is committing GENOCIDE of the Tamil People. ...

Regions: Sri Lanka

Issues: Internally displaced persons, Landmines & unexploded ordnances, Shelter

Witnessed: 2163 times

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