The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), specifies that Indigenous peoples have the right to free, prior, and informed consent with regard to their lands, culture, … Read More
Inclusivity can positively impact all elements of an extractive project – reinforcing a respectful and equitable work environment, supporting the ability of all community members to communicate their concerns and … Read More
From Rights to Results examines the context, content, and functioning of agreements that companies establish with Indigenous communities for mining and oil and gas projects. It is based on interviews … Read More
In 2012, RESOLVE, Newmont, BG Group, Oxfam and other companies and civil society organizations established the FPIC Solutions Dialogue to learn from site-based experience, work together on test cases, and … Read More
On May 21-22, 2018, thirty leaders from extractive sector companies and civil society organizations met at RESOLVE’s office in Washington, D.C. for the fifth meeting of the Free, Prior, and … Read More
This guide seeks to provide guidance to non-experts on “how to operationalize international commitments on child rights within different phases and sectors…and how to support partner governments in implementing their … Read More
Based on research in Tanzania and Mozambique, this paper offers recommendations for governments, companies, and civil society to improve gender equity in commercial land acquisitions.
In partnership with Oxfam Peru, the National Organization of Andean and Amazonian Women in Peru (ONAMIAP) designed and implemented research on indigenous women’s involvement in extractives industry consultation processes in … Read More