Publications | ELLA
6
Dec
2012
BRIEF

Small-scale and Informal Mining: A Big Problem for Latin American States

Latin America has experienced substantial growth and transformation in small-scale mining, meaning it is often no longer small or artisanal, but rather characterised by high informality and an increasing potential to generate conflicts.

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19
Oct
2012
BRIEF

Rent Distribution and Extractive Industry Conflict: The Latin American Approach

Can rent distribution reduce extractive industries conflict? A focus on the Peruvian case helps highlight how and if these schemes could prove to be effective.

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28
Sep
2012
GUIDE

Latin American Approaches to Extractive Industry Conflict

The increase in social and environmental conflicts as a result of the demand for extracting natural resources has pressed Latin America to look for new responses to address these conflicts, generating interesting lessons learned for other regions.

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26
Jul
2012
BRIEF

Indigenous People, Conflict and Extractive Industries: Latin American Approaches

In Latin America, recognising indigenous cultural, land and consultation rights is going a long way towards reducing conflict over extractive industry projects.

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4
Jun
2012
BRIEF

Managing Conflict Through Consultation: Latin America’s Experience

Latin America has seen a surge in consultation processes – taking a variety of forms and pushed by different actors from the state, private companies and civil society.

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