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Jul 04, 2019·Mining rightsare protected by thePhilippine Constitution, particularly the non-impairment clause under section 10 of article III, which states that no law impairing the obligation of contracts...

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  • In brief mining rights and title in Philippines Lexology
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    In brief mining rights and title in Philippines Lexology

    Jun 03, 2020· Mining rights involveEPs,MAs,FTAAs,quarry,sand and gravel,guano,gemstone gathering permits and small-scale mining permits. The term …

  • On Deteriorating Human Rights Situation in the Philippines
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    On Deteriorating Human Rights Situation in the Philippines

    Sep 25, 2020· Canada is implicated in theserightsabuses, both through the role Canadianminingcompanies play in the country and through Canada’s military aid to thePhilippines. Canadian OceanaGold’s copper-gold project in the village of Didipio, Nueva Vizcaya, has long been accused of serious humanrightsand environmental abuses.

  • Gold mining policy chaos in Philippines Asia Times
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    Gold mining policy chaos in Philippines Asia Times

    March 4, 2020. Anopponent of the Didipio mine speaks to local people about their campaign to stop OceanaGold renewing its mining rights agreementwith the Philippinegovernment. Photo: supplied. On February 28, a Philippines House of Representatives Indigenous Cultural Communities and Indigenous Peoples Committee public hearing was convened at the mining site of Melbourne, Australian …

  • Philippine Mining Act of 1995 (Republic Act No. 7942).
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    Philippine Mining Act of 1995 (Republic Act No. 7942).

    An Act instituting a new system of mineral resources exploration, development, utilization and conservation. All mineral resources in lands privately or publicly owned within the territory andexclusive economic zone of the Republic of the Philippines are property of the State, whichshall promote and supervise for their rational exploration,development,utilization and conservation while attentively safeguarding the environment and protecting the rights of affected communities…

  • TIMELINE Philippine mining laws and policies
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    TIMELINE Philippine mining laws and policies

    Nov 11, 2012·People's Small Scale Mining Actis passed This governs the operation of SmallScale Mining, and identifies, segregates and declares areas viable to be a "Minahang Bayan." It also forms the...

  • Philippines Mining rights violations on the increase again
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    Philippines Mining rights violations on the increase again

    Human rightsabuses againstanti-miningadvocates are picking up in thePhilippines. Once more there have been killings of opponents of Glencore Xstrata's Tampakanminein Mindanao. Tribal B'laan chieftain Anting Freay, and his son Victor, were shot, allegedly by members of a special task force created to secure the areas covering theminingproject.

  • R.A. No. 7942 LAWPHiL
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    R.A. No. 7942 LAWPHiL

    Thirty per centum (30%) of all occupational fees collected from holders ofmining rightsinonshore miningareas shall accrue to the province and seventy per centum (70%) to the municipality in which theonshore miningareas are located. In a chartered city, the full amount shall accrue to the city concerned. Section 89 Filing Fees and Other Charges

  • MiningClaims Bureau of Land Management
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    MiningClaims Bureau of Land Management

    MINING CLAIMS A mining claim is a parcel of land for which the claimant has asserted a right of possession and the right to develop and extract a discovered, valuable, mineral deposit. This right does not include exclusive surface rights (see Public Law 84-167).

  • Miningin PH WhatGina Lopez, Duterte have said
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    Miningin PH WhatGina Lopez, Duterte have said

    MANILA,Philippines- Since President Rodrigo Duterte appointedGina Lopezsecretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources,mininghas become one of the most talked about issues ...

  • The fight for environmental justice Inquirer News
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    The fight for environmental justice Inquirer News

    Jul 15, 2013· The law, RA 7942, Philippine Mining Act of 1995, is treated as cast in stone, seemingly impermeable to the continuing destruction of ecosystems and properties, death, and damages suffered by …

  • Philippines 49 dead, missing persons remain unclear
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    Philippines 49 dead, missing persons remain unclear

    Oct 06, 2018· Recent media report posts death toll at 49 following the landslide that hit Naga City, Cebu, Philippines. The number of missing persons remain unclear. The landslide occurred on the area where Apo Land and Quarry Corp. (ALQC) has mining rights.

  • PHILIPPINES MINING RIGHTS SlideShare
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    PHILIPPINES MINING RIGHTS SlideShare

    PHILIPPINES MINING RIGHTS1. PERHAPI Association of IndonesianMiningProfessionals SustainabilityMininginPhilippines(KEBERLANJUTAN PERTAMBANGAN DI FILIPINA) by: Perisai Ginting - PT INCO by: Perisai Ginting - PT INCO 2. PERHAPI Association of IndonesianMiningProfessionals OUTLINE BACKGROUND PHILIPPINEMININGINDUSTRYMINING RIGHTS& PSC ...

  • R.A. 7076 LAWPHiL
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    R.A. 7076 LAWPHiL

    RightsUnder a People's Small-scaleMiningContract. – A people's small-scaleminingcontract entitles the small-scaleminingcontractor to the right to mine, extract and dispose ofmineralores for commercial purposes. In no case shall a small-scaleminingcontract be subcontracted, assigned or otherwise transferred. Section 13.

  • TheCordilleraPeople's Alliance Miningand Indigenous
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    TheCordilleraPeople's Alliance Miningand Indigenous

    On the northern end of Luzon island in thePhilippinesis a mountainous region called theCordillera. known as the vegetable basket of the country, theCordilleraregion encompasses seven provinces, has a total land area of over 1.8 million hectares, and is home to 1.3 million indigenous people. TheCordilleraalso sits upon a richmineralbelt that traverses the region.

  • Philippines Mining activists continued being targeted for
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    Philippines Mining activists continued being targeted for

    Philippines: Mining activists continued being targeted fordefending humanrightsPublished by MAC on 2018-11-08 Source: Urgent action, statements, WPR (2018-11-08)

  • Philippines Killings of environment landrights
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    Philippines Killings of environment landrights

    Activist and experts allege in a media report that the killings of environment and landrightsactivists are byproducts of Canadianminingoperations in thePhilippines. The media article mentions parent companies Barrick Gold, OceanaGold, and B2Gold, with statements from Barrick and OceanaGold ...

  • Philippines Children Risk Death to Human Rights Watch
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    Philippines Children Risk Death to Human Rights Watch

    Sep 29, 2015· In theminingvillage of Malaya, Camarines Norte,Human Rights Watchobserved the unrestricted flow of light-grey, mercury-contaminated tailings from gold …

  • Philippines Resources and power Britannica
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    Philippines Resources and power Britannica

    Philippines-Philippines-Resources and power: Although thePhilippinesis rich inmineralresources,miningactivities constitute only a small portion of GDP and employ an even smaller fraction of the population. Most of the country’s metallic minerals, including gold, iron ore, lead, zinc, chromite, and copper, are drawn from major deposits on the islands of Luzon and Mindanao.

  • How developing countries are paying a high price for the
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    How developing countries are paying a high price for the

    Aug 15, 2015· Canadianminingcompanies have some of the worst records for humanrightsviolations, according to a report submitted to the Inter-American Commission on HumanRightsin …

  • Positive and Negative Effects ofMining Positive
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    Positive and Negative Effects ofMining Positive

    Dec 09, 2019· Mankind startedminingfor precious metals between 20,000 and 40,000 years ago. For the last century,mininghas been one of our planet’s largest industries (it generated 683 billion dollars in revenue in 2018 alone).. This only underscores the fact that our desire for precious metals and minerals has grown exponentially since we first started digging through the topsoil to get at raw and ...

  • About PAHRA Philippine Alliance of HumanRightsAdvocates
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    About PAHRA Philippine Alliance of HumanRightsAdvocates

    The AllianceThe Philippine Alliance of HumanRightsAdvocates (PAHRA) is a non-stock, non-profit alliance duly registered under the laws of thePhilippines, with SEC No. ANO92-03505. It was established on August 9, 1986 in a Congress that was participated in by more than a hundred organizations from all over thePhilippines.

  • Hazardous Child Labor in Small Scale GoldMiningin the
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    Hazardous Child Labor in Small Scale GoldMiningin the

    Sep 29, 2015· (Manila, September 30, 2015) – The Philippine government is failing to protect children who dig and dive for gold in dangerous small-scale mines,Human Rights Watchsaid today in a …

  • Environmental, human rights and legalprotests merge in
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    Environmental, human rights and legalprotests merge in

    Humanrightsand indigenous support groups commemorated the massacre of anti-miningactivist Juvy Capion and her two sons (see:Philippines: Tampakan violence claims the lives of tribal woman and her children), by stressing the lack of progress on the murder investigations. The people of Marinduque are still searching for justice after the Marcopper disaster (see articles inPhilippines...

  • Report condemns child labour in Philippine gold mines
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    Report condemns child labour in Philippine gold mines

    Oct 01, 2015· One of the most dangerousminingpractices recorded by therightsgroup is known as underwater compressormining. It is a practice in thePhilippines, …

  • Mining Human Rights Online Philippines
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    Mining Human Rights Online Philippines

    Gov’t reopening of mines during pandemic ‘dangerous’, worsen impunity against defenders Quezon City – Environment and humanrightsgroups stormed the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to protest the reopening of 13 canceled and suspended mines, citing health and safety risks onmining-affected communities and defenders.

  • Reclamation andMining A Dangerous Fight for
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    Reclamation andMining A Dangerous Fight for

    May 09, 2019· ThePhilippineshas repeatedly taken blows causing environmental degradation. Last month, a dead whale was found with 40 kilograms of plastic in its stomach. In the same month, Metro Manila experienced a water crisis, affecting millions, and increasing risks in sanitation and waste management. In relation to this, protests have been held to oppose a planned … Continue reading …

  • Home [mgb.gov.ph]
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    Home [mgb.gov.ph]

    Other Videos: ResponsibleMiningin thePhilippines, PhilippineMiningToday,Miningand The Philippine Economy, PhilippineMiningCompanies, #MineResponsibility, A Glance at the PhilippineMiningIndustry, New Laws on PhilippineMining, Kutsara Teaser 1, MKM teaser 1, DENR Secretary Roy A. Cimatu during Nickel Initiative 2019, Indigenous ...

  • Philippines MiningExport
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    Philippines MiningExport

    The PhilippineMiningAct Of 1995 Environment &Amp; Society ... It provided many incentives to prospective companies, including politicalrights, full ownership of land, and tax holidays. As a result, from 1994 to 1996, the country hosted a 400 percent increase of foreignminingcompanies. However, many of themineral-rich areas in the ...

  • Environmental, human rights and legalprotests merge in
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    Environmental, human rights and legalprotests merge in

    Humanrightsand indigenous support groups commemorated the massacre of anti-miningactivist Juvy Capion and her two sons (see:Philippines: Tampakan violence claims the lives of tribal woman and her children), by stressing the lack of progress on the murder investigations. The people of Marinduque are still searching for justice after the Marcopper disaster (see articles inPhilippines...

  • Philippine Children Risk Lives MiningGold,RightsGroup
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    Philippine Children Risk Lives MiningGold,RightsGroup

    Sep 30, 2015· Thousands of child laborers as young as 9 years old are risking their lives diving and digging for gold in small-scale mines in thePhilippines, HumanRightsWatch said …

  • Report condemns child labour in Philippine gold mines
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    Report condemns child labour in Philippine gold mines

    Oct 01, 2015· One of the most dangerousminingpractices recorded by therightsgroup is known as underwater compressormining. It is a practice in thePhilippines, …

  • TheEnvironmental Crisis in the Philippines Cultural
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    TheEnvironmental Crisis in the Philippines Cultural

    B'laan tribal leaders, the LegalRightsCentre (FOE-Philippines), and civil society members have also brought a legal challenge to the FTAA arrangement's constitutionality. Campaigns against corporatemininghave successfully led to the withdrawal of Rio Tinto and WesternMiningCorporation from their Mindanaominingapplications and operations.

  • Module 18 LandRights
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    Module 18 LandRights

    LANDRIGHTSUSING MODULE 18 IN A TRAINING PROGRAM: The Purpose of Module 18 ... Tribal Chieftain of theKalinga, the Cordillera Mountains,Philippines. Landrights, particularly in the context of developing countries, are inextricably linked with the right to food, the right to work and a host of other humanrights. ... • theminingland be ...

  • Philippinesready to take more loans to fund COVID 19
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    Philippinesready to take more loans to fund COVID 19

    Dec 14, 2020· The "fund manager and procurement agent" for thePhilippines' vaccine supply will be the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to ensure that the process is transparent and free of corruption, said National Task Force against COVID-19 chief implementer Carlito Galvez Jr.

  • G.R. No. 149927 REPUBLIC OF THEPHILIPPINESv. ROSEMOOR
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    G.R. No. 149927 REPUBLIC OF THEPHILIPPINESv. ROSEMOOR

    Non-impairment of ExistingMining/ QuarryingRights. All valid and existingmininglease contracts, permits/licenses, leases pending renewal,mineralproduction-sharing agreements granted under Executive Order No. 279, at the date of effectivity of this Act, shall remain valid, shall not be impaired, and shall be recognized by the Government ...

  • MINING.COM AnsweringMining's Big Questions
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    MINING.COM AnsweringMining's Big Questions

    Dec 18, 2020· AnsweringMining's Big Questions. Iron ore prices surged again Friday amid trading spikes Chinese steelmakers have called “unreasonable” and “abnormal.”

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