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WoMin is an emerging women-led, women’s rights regional alliance working alongside national and regional movements and popular organisations of women in Africa.
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CIDSE Oct 16
Testimonies are piling up. Communities affected by transnational corporations abuses all over the world URGENTLY need a . It's a question of protecting life & mother Earth.
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justiceinmining Nov 13
Social justice orgs and advocates must amplify the voice of those affected by . We can do this by working together We cannot rely on corporations to do the right thing as noted in
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Iglesias y Minería Nov 13
La voz y la fuerza de las mujeres muy presente en las luchas contra el extractivismo minero
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Afrika Kontakt Nov 13
Opening session of with a strong panel of women telling stories of Brazil, Niger Delta, Indigenous People of North America and the Philippines. The Comrade from Brazil reminded us that “women sustain the struggle” to but their voices are rarely heard.
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Andrew Whitmore Nov 13
Lidy Nacpil talks of need for and phase out, but with just transition @
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SJES-Rome Nov 11
Justice in mining group at the entrance of thematic social forum on mining in Johannesburg.
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CIDSE Nov 12
Grassroots orgs are coming together in South Africa from across the world to and strengthen the resistance to . , , , , , ,
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WoMin Nov 13
This morning's plenary session kicked off today's . Later, we'll have thematic sessions on everything from ecofeminism to the criminalisation of social struggle to alternative cosmo visions....
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Amandla! Nov 12
The Thematic Social Forum on Mining & Extractives has started in the Newtown Precinct! Follow key like to stay update!
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Stop Corp. Power SA Nov 13
Day 2 Plenary @ the Thematic Social Forum on Mining & the Extractivist Economy was opened by Mercia Andrews, here is a sneak peak
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WoMin Nov 13
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WoMin Nov 13
Yesterday's opening ceremony for was inspiring. 400+ activists from around the globe who are fighting to and for the . Keep up with us this week by following the tags and join the discussion!
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LONMIN BASF Nov 12
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LONMIN BASF Nov 12
Replying to @Lonmin_BASF
Workshop 9 at the Thematic Social Forum on Mining & Extractivist Economy, Johannesburg presenting the book 'Business As Usual After Marikana'
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justiceinmining Nov 12
Excited to be at with fellow advocates from Also good to see Jesuit groups like collaborating on shared concerns
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YestoLifeNotoMining Nov 12
YLNM's Latin America Coordinator, Mariana Gomez, shares the inspiring story of 's victory over mining & the revitalisation of the living economy in this Colombian town. Find out more: Packed audience at !
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YestoLifeNotoMining Nov 12
Today the Thematic Social Forum on got under way in South Africa. Over 300 community spokespeople & activists have come together to explore how we can go ! Follow , and .
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WoMin Nov 12
Some powerful words heard at the opening ceremony of this year. What is the meaning of 'peace' within an inherently violent system?
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Stop Corp. Power SA Nov 12
Tomorrow | Press Conference @ the Thematic Social Forum on Mining & the Extractivist Economy where the key outcomes of the & the voices of 500 activists resisting extractivism & fighting for the will be amplified. It will be held in Newtown, Joburg
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