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Mining in the Philippines - Concerns and Conflicts

Mining in the Philippines - Concerns and Conflicts

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Published by Bert M Drona
Irresponsible mining practices by foreign mining companies with their local partners open our eyes to the common patterns of economic and human disasters the WTO and globalism has brought to many native Filipinos.

Via the WTO, globalization has lifted the TNCs into comprising the new world superpower -above national governments; the superpower that is effectively and efficiently running the world "for the TNCs, of the TNCs and
by the TNCs"

Irresponsible mining practices by foreign mining companies with their local partners open our eyes to the common patterns of economic and human disasters the WTO and globalism has brought to many native Filipinos.

Via the WTO, globalization has lifted the TNCs into comprising the new world superpower -above national governments; the superpower that is effectively and efficiently running the world "for the TNCs, of the TNCs and
by the TNCs"

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Published by: Bert M Drona on Oct 25, 2009
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Mining in the PhilippinesConcerns and conflicts
Report of a Fact-Finding Trip to the Philippines
 July-August 2006
AcknowledgmentsThe Fact Finding Mission wishes to thank all those who took time to meet with us. The right to enjoyhuman rights and development is universal. We wish to encourage any and all communities and localauthorities adversely affected by mining impacts to continue to explore and pursue all avenuesavailable within the law at local, national and international levels to register their concerns andaspirations and seek redress for wrongs. We offer our continued support to all parties in future effortsto realize a national path to sustainable development based on justice.DisclaimerThe views expressed in this report are those of the authors and not necessarily those of theparticipating or supporting organizations. The authors have however done their best to reflect theviews, of the many people they met in the Philippines and the views of the people and organizationswho have commented on the report.
 
 Copyright Columban Fathers 2007First Published 2007 by Society of St. Columban, Widney Manor Rd., Knowle, Solihull B93 9AB, WestMidlands, UKISBN number 1-902648-92-7978-1-902648-92-7Report written by Cathal Doyle, Clive Wicks and Frank NallyEdited by Mara Stankovitch, Geoff Nettleton and Andrew Whitmore

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