January 25, 2013

Curse or blessing of natural resources in Papua New Guinea

By |25 January 2013|

Many in Hela believe they will see their traditional way of life gone forever but will not receive their fair share of the profits. Suspicion that others are getting a better deal is rife. People fear corruption or favouritism. Tension is high, optimism low.

November 20, 2012

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    Giving it away: the consequences of an unsustainable mining policy in Colombia

Giving it away: the consequences of an unsustainable mining policy in Colombia

By |20 November 2012|

Read a report on the issues around unsustainable mining in Colombia prepared by ABColombia, an advocacy group which includes Caritas member organisations Sciaf, Trócaire and Cafod.

April 24, 2012

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    Goldman Environmental Prize goes to Caritas Philippnes director

Goldman Environmental Prize goes to Caritas Philippnes director

By |24 April 2012|

Our very own Fr. Edwin Gariguez, executive secretary of the National Secretariat for Social Action-Justice and Peace (NASSA is Caritas Philippines) and a prominent activist against mining in his country, has been awarded the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize.

September 8, 2010

Facts about land justice in Brazil

By |8 September 2010|

The Caritas Brazilian Bazaar project is also supporting the campaign with urns at each of its businesses – artisans and small, family-based farmers among others.

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