Multimedia Media Resources

Action Voices In Mining

Food garden proof #5

BMF - Covid Pandemic Way Forward Internal Guide-29 June 2021

Protecting Your Community From..

BMF Voices of Communities Booklet

BMF Coronavirus Guidelines

SAHRC Mining communities report FINAL

For more about the SAHRC Click Here

Mining Community Engagement

Proposed coal mine in mpumalanga Threatens entire countrys freshwater hotspot

Measures adopted in response to the coronavirus pandemic

Key messages for mining companies july 2018

independent Problem Solving Service

For additional resources contact the following institutions or orgnisations:

African Network for Social Accountability (ANSA)http:/
African Social Forum (ASF)
Collaborative Research on Corporationshttp:/
Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Industrial Mission History Project
Mines and Communities
Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development (MMSD)http:/
Nederlands Instituut voor Zuidelijk Afrika (NiZA)
The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
The International Fatal Transactions Campaign
The Southern African Regional Poverty Networks
Third World Network
South African Council of Churches
South African Human Rights Commission
South African Catholics Bishops Conference
Alternative information Development Center
Congress of South African Trade Unions
London Mining Network
Mining Watch
Peoples Dialogue
Alternative Mining Indaba


Final Declaration

We, the participants of the Thematic Social Forum on Mining and Extractivist Economy, are gathered in Johannesburg, South Africa to consolidate a broad movement of resistance, to build common struggles for solidarity, to guarantee the integrity of nature and to ensure a better world for present and future generations. We come from mining-affected communities, trade unions……..

The poor and working class....

As Covid-19 spreads rapidly around the country, even during the government-mandated lockdown, all classes are affected. It is, however, abundantly clear that poor and working people are the most affected and will continue to bear the brunt of the five-week lockdown.Hassen Lorgat of the Bench Marks Foundation spoke to Salaamedia’s Azhar Vadi on the Alternative View this morning about the effects of the virus and the lockdown on the impoverished classes

Safety First

This document, published jointly by Earthworks (USA) and MiningWatch Canada, outlines guidelines for safety, respect for affected communities, and corporate accountability that must be incorporated into any tailings standards or regulations. Please see this page for related materials – maps, summaries, and infographics, as well as the related news release and supporting quotes.