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Dams and development

Tales of Resettlement Panos London Oral Testimony Programme's Tales of Resettlement project provides first-hand accounts from people displaced and resettled as a result of large development projects These include coal mining agricultural schemes and dams Get price

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SOCIO

activities(nrcan gc ca ) Mining-induced displacement and resettlement are some of the demographic socioeconomic and cultural problems including the changes in population dynamics health impacts addictions economic disparity and frustration All these are affecting not only economic but social Get price

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working paper 7

selected villages that were located very close to mining operations because such villages are likely to experience the impacts of mining more than villages located further from mining activities ii) Relocations: we also selected villages that had been relocated from their land as a result of mining expansion in order to investigate post-Get price

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RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN SUMMARY

As a result of the implementation of these activities some s will have to be physically relocated and others will lose their source of revenue It is against this background that a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) was prepared to ensure that the socio-economic impacts of theGet price

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(PDF) Mining

Increasingly the generic set of international standards that are used to manage cases of DIDR are being tested by the unique challenges posed by mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) In this article the authors provide a critical appraisal of current thinking and practice relating to MIDR Get price

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Mining

Uranium Mining To extract uranium in Brazil a large amount of water runoff is produced and drains into a reservoir Even though Brazil has developed an advanced nuclear program to create electricity (as discussed above in the image) this new program may not be the best for the people of Brazil Get price

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The Impact and Effect of Illegal Mining (galamsey) towards

The Small-Scale Gold Mining Law PNDC L 218 enacted in 1989 with its continuation in the Minerals and Mining Act 2006 (Act 703) which yielded no results as according to the 2008 Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM) report illegal mining activities (Galamsey) have been increasing with anGet price

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Chinese resettlement

China's focus on implementation results on the ground and compliance with its resettlement policies is a model for other countries The World Bank is now aggressively using lessons learnt from China to improve resettlement planning training implementation and outcomes in other resettlement operations it Get price

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TOOLS RESOURCES

What should happen as a result of supervision? Identification of resettlement inadequacies through supervision is pointless unless supervision reports result in action Ideally translating supervision reports into effective action will be a collaborative effort drawing upon Get price

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UNHCR Resettlement Handbook

sought refuge Resettlement may be the only way to reunite refugee families who as a result of flight from persecution and displacement find themselves divided by borders or by entire continents Emergency or urgent resettlement may be necessary to ensure the Get price

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mining induced displacement and resettlement

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a critical appraisal Jan 15 2015 Increasingly the generic set of international standards that are used to manage cases of DIDR are being tested by the unique challenges posed by mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) Get price

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The Impact and Effect of Illegal Mining (galamsey) towards

The Small-Scale Gold Mining Law PNDC L 218 enacted in 1989 with its continuation in the Minerals and Mining Act 2006 (Act 703) which yielded no results as according to the 2008 Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM) report illegal mining activities (Galamsey) have been increasing with anGet price

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mining and indigenous communities in Fiji nad the Northern

always end up in mining - in reality about 0 1% of all exploration activities result in mining in the Northern Territory Similarly some Fijian landowners have expressed to this author that they interpret exploration drilling as mining - they believe that the driller is bringing up gold and therefore expect some payment other than compensationGet price

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RESETTLEMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN – Foinda Village

A document prepared by a mining company and host communities in pursuant to Section as a result of the implementation of a project loses the right to own others and who may be limited in their ability to claim or take advantage of resettlement assistance and related development benefits RESETTLEMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN Get price

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Environmental And Social Impacts Of Mining

Environmental And Social Impacts Of Mining Environmental Sciences Essay • Particulate matter transported by the wind as a result of mining activities Exhaust emissions from mobile sources raise these particulate levels Human displacement and resettlement Get price

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Impacts of Mining

Impacts of Mining Mining can impact local communities both positively and negatively While positive impacts such as employment and community development projects are important they do not off-set the potential negatives We have found mining can negatively affect people by: Get price

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Displacement Resettlement Rehabilitation Reparation

Displacement Resettlement Rehabilitation Reparation and Development ii This is a working paper prepared for the World Commission on Dams as part of its information-gathering activity The views conclusions and recommendations in the working paper are not to be taken to represent the views of the Commission DisclaimerGet price

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The cultural and ecological impacts of aboriginal tourism

8-7-2014The impacts of tourism activities on Elegant Scops owls are derived from four aspects including habitat destruction roadkill light exposure and the loss of taboo each of which is described in the following sections One of the main sources of destruction to the Elegant Scops owl habitat is the result of road widening activities Get price

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Resettlement Action Plan

Previous resettlement actions -Socio-economic studies Beli bryag is considered a small settlement according to the national clustering system which had years ago about 500 inhabitants engaged in agriculture coal mining and gypsum production It can be argued that the residents of the village had the information about the resettlementGet price

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Book 3: Migration Land and Minerals in the Making of

An offshoot of the gold-mining industry was coal mining which developed as a result of the need for power in the Transvaal and Natal In time coal became a major economic activity It supplied fuel to the railways and electric power stations and in ever-increasing quantities to a variety of chemical industries Get price

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Mining

Our focus is mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) We argue that the dominance of DIDR as a singular frame of reference limits the extent to which the particularities of MIDR can be understood and accounted for This limitation has pronounced and detrimental effects on contemporary resettlement practice in the global mining industry Get price

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CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES

CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES 198 Sustainable Development at the Community Level bring jobs business activities roads schools and health clinics to remote and previously impoverished areas have developed as a result of the mining operations Get price

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advantages of resettlement as a result of mining activities

advantages of resettlement as a result of mining activities resettlement can result in long-term Resettlement: Members in the Mining Sector shall and benefits o Resettlement activities Get price

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Mining in SA: Then now and into the future

So although mining accounts for fewer than half a million direct jobs double that number of people are employed indirectly in other sectors as a result of mining Mining has always required very high levels of skills technology and human ingenuity Get price

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A hybrid semi

To achieve this goal by taking advantages of two dimensional (2D) assessment matrix and Multi-Criteria Decision-Making techniques a hybrid approach for assessing the impacts of mining activities on the criteria related to SD indexes was proposed Get price

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Mining

Our focus is mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) We argue that the dominance of DIDR as a singular frame of reference limits the extent to which the particularities of MIDR can be understood and accounted for This limitation has pronounced and detrimental effects on contemporary resettlement practice in the global mining industry Get price

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Facts on Water Resources

specific impact usually directly on ecosystems and in turn on water resources If inadequately managed activities like farming forest-clearing road-building and mining can lead to too much soil and suspended particles ending up in rivers (sedimentation) This damages aquatic ecosystems impairs water quality and hinders inland shipping Get price

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mining induced displacement and resettlement

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a critical appraisal Jan 15 2015 Increasingly the generic set of international standards that are used to manage cases of DIDR are being tested by the unique challenges posed by mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) Get price

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of mining

2) Mining will give unemployed people to get at least the simplest job 3) Mining of ores might result in finding something new and valuable (since we are digging) Disadvantages: 1) Since mining sites are usually in the forest areas trees will be cut while people are getting to these places 2) Workers might die due to accidents Get price

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1 5 Resettlement Action Plan Objectives

1 5 Resettlement Action Plan Objectives Involuntary resettlement can be defined as any resettlement that occurs "[] without the informed consent of the displaced persons or if they give their consent without having the power to refuse resettlement" (IFC 2002:p ix) Encapsulated under the term „resettlement‟ is either physicalGet price

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The Role of the Land Surveyor in Land Acquisition and

Land acquisition for mining activities often results in either displacing people economically or physically and in either way requires compensation for the affected persons Crop (Economic displacement) and structural (Physical displacement) compensation are the two main types of compensation carried out by mining companies Get price

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