Indigenous women mark Women’s Day with protest dance against mining

Indigenous women mark Women’s Day with protest dance against mining

More than 100 indigenous women and women’s rights advocates in Brgy. Didipio in Kasibu town dance the Tayaw to protest the mining operations of OceanaGold Philippines

Resource Guide for Monitoring Extractives [pdf free to download]


This book is a resource guide written for community-based women environmental and human rights defenders (WEHRDs) who would like to investigate or monitor impending or actual mining operations in their own communities. This is to enable them to closely examine and document actual or potential impacts and human rights violations in their communities, with additional attention to women.

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Resource Guide for Monitoring Extractives

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Writer: Erika Rey-Saturay
Contributing editors: Femy Pinto, Mynabel Pomarin, Vaishnavi Varadarajan Copy editors: Llana Domingo, Diana San Jose
Layout and illustrations: susancorpuz
Photos: WAMA

Published by: NTFP

ISBN 978-971-93388-3-3

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