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8th Alternative Mining Indaba Registration Opens

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Great News!!! Registration for the 8th Alternative Mining Indaba to be held at the Double Tree Hotel (Upper Eastside Hotel), Woodstock, Cape Town from 6 to 8 February 2017, has opened!  The theme will be:“Making Natural Resources Work for the People: Domestication of the African Mining Vision (AMV): From Vision to RealityClick here to register

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7th Alternative Mining Indaba Declaration

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Faith based organisations, Pan-African networks and organisations, labour movements, industry associations, media, international partners and community based organisations, have met from 8th – 10th February, 2015, in Cape Town, South Africa and issued the AMI_2016_Final_Communiqu.pdf .

Faith based organisations, Pan-African networks and organisations, labour movements, industry associations, media, international partners and community based organisations, have met from 8th – 10th February, 2015, in Cape Town, South Africa.
 

Alternative Mining Indaba gets bigger

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AMI-2015-Final-Report-212x300The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) of 2015 brought together approximately 300 participants from approximately 37 countries and they were comprised of: Government; policymakers and analysts, technical experts, stakeholders from the private sector, cooperating partners, representatives from communities; media; employers’ organizations, associations, academia and the international community.
The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) of 2015 brought together approximately 300 participants from approximately 37 countries and they were comprised of: Government; policymakers and analysts, technical experts, stakeholders from the private sector, cooperating partners, representatives from communities; media; employers’ organizations, associations, academia and the international community. 
Click here for the AMI 2015 Report
 

History of the Alternative Mining Indaba

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AMI_3The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) is a space that was created in 2010 for communities affected by extractive industries and ordinary citizens to articulate the challenges posed by the sector in terms of human rights and socio-economic growth. The main objective was to provide an international platform for affected communities and broader civil society organizations (including National Christian Councils and inter-faith groups) to share experiences, mobilize, as well as motivate mining communities to strengthen their work on advocacy and to develop strategic tools which empower them. Click here for the AMI 2016 Concept Note
The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) is a space that was created in 2010 especially for communities affected by extractive industries and ordinary citizens to articulate the challenges posed in their day to day lives by the sector in terms of human rights and socio-economic growth. The main objective was to provide an international platform for affected communities and broader civil society organizations (including National Christian Councils and inter faith groups) to share experiences, mobilize, as well as motivate mining communities to strengthen their work on advocacy and the development of strategic tools which empower them. 
Click here for the AMI 2016 Concept Note
 
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Humanity is living off its ecological credit card and can only do this by liquidating the planet's natural resources - Mathis Wackernagel