MODEL LAW ON MINING COMMUNITY LAND IN AFRICA

 The Model Law on Mining Community and Land in Africa is to be used by civil society organizations and policy makers to advocate for reforms to mining policies in different African countries and especially for communities to organize around the challenges that they face caused by extractives activities in their habitats. The model  is one of the major outcome of a 3 year project on Extractives by IANRA titled “Natural Resources ARE for Development: An inclusive dialogue on good governance in the minerals sector in Sub-Saharan Africa” Other outcomes include a Case Study Synthesis, an Advocacy and Gender Mainstreaming Guide and a Policy Guide.


MODEL LAW ON  MINING COMMUNITY LAND  IN AFRICA


The First Principles:
First Principles towards an African People Centred Model Mining Legislation


 African Mining and Mineral Policy Guide:
A resource for non-governmental organisations, activists, communities, governements and academics


Advocacy and Gender Mainstreaming Guide:
Advocating for Model Mining Legislation and Mineral Resource Policies

 

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