A number of organizations have collaborated to organize both the CorpWatch report (to be released on May 2nd) and the content on this website. We recommend that you consult their websites for more information about mining issues.
Download the CorpWatch report, which details the struggles against Barrick Gold.
MiningWatch, Canada – www.miningwatch.ca
Mines and Communities – www.minesandcommunities.org
Friends of the Earth, Australia – www.foe.org.au
Mineral Policy Institute - www.mpi.org.au
Save Lake Cowal Campaign – www.savelakecowal.org
Rainforest Information Center – www.rainforestinfo.org.au
Cyanide Watch – www.peacebus.com.cyber-pod.com/CyanideWatch/
Observatorio Latinoamericano de Conflictos Ambientales – www.olca.cl
Agua Vale Mas Que Oro – www.aguavalemasqueoro.org/index_en.htm
The Bluewater Valley Downstream Alliance - bvdownstreamalliance.org/
CorpWatch – www.corpwatch.org
Suma contra Pascua Lama = Campaña de solidaridad – www.sumacontrapascualama.blogspot.com/
Grupo No A Pascua Lama, Montreal
|Barrick Gold and Diaguita Huascoaltinos People. (a background submitted to the Canadian Parliament by the Diaguita Huascoaltinos community)|
May 5th, 2009
The Diaguita Huascoaltinos Agricultural Community is the heir to the lands that their ancestors have inhabited since time immemorial: the valleys and mountains of the Huasco Valley. This valley is located at the southern end of the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, and it is characterized by special natural and cultural qualities.
Our community is made up of 250 families of indigenous farmers and shepherds of the Huasco Valley, and it is the only indigenous community in Chile that has a domain title recognized by the Chilean State over their ancestral lands. While other indigenous groups live in the Huasco Valley, none of them have this territorial basis.