This study explores the nature and root causes of mining related conflict. A more systematic understanding of conflict can help all stakeholders to apply preventive rather than reactive measures, and to improve approaches to conflict prevention, management, mitigation and transformation.
Authors: Tony Andrews, Bernarda Elizalde, Philippe LeBillon, Chang Hoon Oh, David Reyes and Ian Thomson.
Read: Executive Summary Full Report Literature Review Case Study 1 – Ambatovy, Madagascar Case Study 2 – Bulyanhulu, Tanzania Case Study 3 – Haquira Las Bambas, Peru Case Study 4 – Minera San Cristobal, Bolivia
Published: January 2017