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Following one of the worst police shootings in South Africa since apartheid, Lonmin executives will meet with striking miners in Marikana
New research has revealed that 56 per cent of British adults believe that tax avoidance by multinational companies is morally wrong
A judge has ordered Brazil’s largest mining company to suspend plans for a controversial railway track which jeopardises the livelihoods of Earth’s most threatened tribe.
Brazilian Indians have expressed their anger and dismay as a new directive threatens to weaken their control over their lands.
War on Want has accused the chief executive of Adidas of making unsubstantiated and contradictory claims about the pay of workers making its clothes.
A ruling by India’s Supreme Court which would have curtailed ‘human safaris’ in the Andaman Islands is being ignored by the islands’ authorities.
Brazilian authorities have arrested 18 people in connection with the high profile killing of an indigenous leader.
The Vietnamese oil company PetroVietnam has bought a stake in two Peruvian oil blocks in a region known to be inhabited by uncontacted tribes.
The World Association for Christian Communication has chosen as one of its project partners a Peruvian organisation that helps indigenous people find a voice.
Church charities have joined the massive relief effort in Assam state in the northeast region of India, which has experienced a devastating flood.