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Bougainville report details worries over mining resumption

Dateline Pacific | Radio New Zealand

A new report says the villagers living around the Panguna mine in Papua New Guinea’s Bougainville want the Government to consider other options to mining. 1,269 more words

Papua New Guinea

Who is writing Bougainville’s new mining policy and law? Some background on Adam Smith International

PNG Exposed

It has recently been publicised that Adam Smith International is the organisation assisting the Bougainville government to draft a permanent mining law and policy. 874 more words

Papua New Guinea

ABG advisors on mining implicated in Indian suicide epidemic

According to Christian Aid, Adam Smith International, the consultancy firm now leading the development of mining policy and long-term mining laws on Bougainville, was an expensive paid advisor to the Andhra Pradesh government in India whose trade reforms and free-market economics led to a suicide epidemic among poor farmers… 833 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville landowners find new champions – the World Bank and Adam Smith International

Bougainville’s new Mining Law is being orchestrated by ASI, a British organisation set up by an ‘ultra right wing lobby group’, and paid for by the World Bank. 1,181 more words

Papua New Guinea

Rapid progress on Bougainville's long term Mining law

Sebastian Hakalits | PNG Loop

For seven years the mining department of the Autonomous Bougainville Government has worked to develop a policy framework for the long term mining law to meet Bougainville’s very special needs. 520 more words

Papua New Guinea

Gerombolan siswa SMP tertangkap kamera akan perkosa siswi SMP

Untunglah rombongan wartawan yan sedang bertugas di Gedung BI Cirebon, 4 ABG Siswa SMP yang masih berseragam sekolah tertangkap kamera wartawan ketika hendak memperkosa siswi SMP… 355 more words

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The Future of Bougainville: Community perspectives on Panguna

 New Report to give a voice to those most affected by the Panguna mine

In 1989 the Panguna mine was closed by local communities opposed to the devastation of their land, rivers, and traditional ways. 225 more words

Papua New Guinea