Events & News
June 17 2020
Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory of Australia is seeking an enthusiastic current or future student who is passionate about exploring the relationships between mining (excluding hydraulic fracking) and Indigenous livelihoods.
April 14 2020
Three weeks ago, we announced the postponement of the international conference Mining the Connections to the spring of 2021. We are pleased to confirm today the new dates for the conference.
Interactions between International Trade and Investments Law and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in mining projects
Trade and investment agreements are key elements of mining projects. In particular, decision to invest in a mining project depends on the existing legal protection provided by bilateral or...
Negotiated agreements now constitute a critical component of almost all encounters between Indigenous peoples and the extractive industry in Australia and Canada, and are rapidly becoming more...
Indigenous employment in nickel mining: A global perspective on Indigenous job access and labour practices in Canada and New Caledonia
Recent research in the MinErAl network has investigated the implications of mining development for Indigenous livelihoods by examining the relationship between Indigenous employment and industrial...