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Audrey Cash favorited IIED's blog post Mali’s new mining law: an improvement, but fails artisanal miners
Nov 8
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Mali’s new mining law: an improvement, but fails artisanal miners

Mali’s long-awaited mining reforms are here. A mix of progressive and outdated measures, the code must pass parliamentary review before entering into law. We assess the significance of three aspects of the legislation.Despite lengthy preparations, many were surprised when Mali's new mining law passed by ordinance in August. The next stage is parliamentary review, where we expect additional revisions before a final version is agreed. This creates an opportunity to further strengthen its…See More
Oct 16
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Mali’s new mining law: an improvement, but fails artisanal miners

Mali’s long-awaited mining reforms are here. A mix of progressive and outdated measures, the code must pass parliamentary review before entering into law. We assess the significance of three aspects of the legislation.Despite lengthy preparations, many were surprised when Mali's new mining law passed by ordinance in August. The next stage is parliamentary review, where we expect additional revisions before a final version is agreed. This creates an opportunity to further strengthen its…See More
Oct 10
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Seminar: Mining local procurement – a necessary lever to overcome the resource curse

The creation of a global standard on local procurement reporting for mining companies will be discussed in the latest IIED seminar on 10 June, featuring Jeff Geipel, founder and managing director of Mining Shared Value.Most mine sites spend more money on procurement of goods and services than they do on on taxes, employees and community investment combined. Mining has massive potential benefit for economic and social development in host countries. But civil society and official development…See More
Jun 4
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Can large and small-scale miners forge linkages in the era of resource nationalism?

A new paper looks at the opportunities for interactions between large, medium, artisanal and small-scale #mining in Tanzania --> https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301420718307189Highlights:A gradual shift in Tanzanian policies towards facilitating ASM can be observedFrom an ASM perspective the development is ambiguous as implementation faltersThe redistribution of rights and revenues…See More
May 23
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Can large and small-scale miners forge linkages in the era of resource nationalism?

A new paper looks at the opportunities for interactions between large, medium, artisanal and small-scale #mining in Tanzania --> https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301420718307189Highlights:A gradual shift in Tanzanian policies towards facilitating ASM can be observedFrom an ASM perspective the development is ambiguous as implementation faltersThe redistribution of rights and revenues…See More
May 22
IIED and Benjamin Clair are now friends
May 7

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International Institute for Environment and Development
Type of Organisation
International Organisation
Website
http://www.iied.org/towards-inclusive-responsible-mining
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Policy research organisation
About My Work
IIED builds bridges: between local and global, policy and practice, rich and poor, government and private sector, and across diverse interest groups.

Our work on small and large-scale mining supports multi-stakeholder dialogue, promotes local voices and explores innovations that help deliver more inclusive and accountable mining sector – with empowered local communities, enlightened decision makers and sensitivity to the rights and responsibilities of all stakeholders.
Areas of interest
gold, oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, investing, geology, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, redistribution and sustainable development
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Mali’s new mining law: an improvement, but fails artisanal miners

Posted on October 10, 2019 at 10:33 0 Comments

Mali’s long-awaited mining reforms are here. A mix of progressive and outdated measures, the code must pass parliamentary review before entering into law. We assess the significance of three aspects of the legislation.

Despite lengthy preparations, many were surprised when Mali's new mining law passed by ordinance in August. The next stage is parliamentary review, where we expect additional revisions before a final version is agreed. This creates an…

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Seminar: Mining local procurement – a necessary lever to overcome the resource curse

Posted on June 4, 2019 at 12:24 0 Comments

The creation of a global standard on local procurement reporting for mining companies will be discussed in the latest IIED seminar on 10 June, featuring Jeff Geipel, founder and managing director of Mining Shared Value.

Most mine sites spend more money on procurement of goods and services than they do on on taxes, employees and community investment combined. Mining has massive potential benefit for economic and social development in host countries. But civil society and…

Continue

Can large and small-scale miners forge linkages in the era of resource nationalism?

Posted on May 22, 2019 at 22:11 0 Comments

A new paper looks at the opportunities for interactions between large, medium, artisanal and small-scale #mining in Tanzania --> https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301420718307189

Highlights:

  • A gradual shift in Tanzanian policies towards facilitating ASM can be observed
  • From an ASM perspective the development is ambiguous as implementation…
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Sustainable development and artisanal mining: time to broaden the ‘blood diamonds’ conversation?

Posted on December 6, 2018 at 18:07 0 Comments

Millions of people in some of the world’s poorest countries depend on diamond mining for a living. Yet a focus on dealing with so-called ‘blood diamonds’ stops a wider conversation about how to help these people thrive.

Diamond mining is not without controversy. High-profile campaigns in the late 1990s and noughties coined the phrase ‘blood diamonds’…

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