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Abstract: This review provides a brief overview of Indigenous peoples issues faced by the mining industry as it seeks to gain access to land, carry out exploration and, if successful, develop and manage a mining operation. It aims to provide guidance on possible options in this area for the ICMM and the mining industry to contribute to. The review was commissioned by ICMM under the direction of its Community and Social Development Task Force.
London, ICMM, 2005
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Location Ref: REF/ICMM/7
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