Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

10/08/2012 The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter Fernandes, in India alone, mining has led to the displacement of more than 1,5 million people over the last fifty years (particularly in Jharkhand region). Other sources estimated the scale of mining-caused displacement in India at more than 2,55 million people between 1950 and 1990. Contrary to the opinions of some specialists, the problem of mining-induced displacement

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a critical

15/01/2015 Our focus is mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR). We argue that the dominance of DIDR as a singular frame of reference limits the extent to which the particularities of MIDR can be understood and accounted for. This limitation has pronounced and detrimental effects on contemporary resettlement practice in the global mining industry. Unless an industry-specific debate

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: The case

01/05/2019 Mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) can cause major social disruption and affect the socioeconomic condition of resettled persons, yet it is an inevitable outcome of incremental mineral exploitation (Kemp, Owen, & Collins, 2017; Owen & Kemp, 2015). Mining-induced displacement involves, mostly, the involuntary movement of affected people from their original abode and/or socioeconomic activities. Mining-induced resettlement

MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT (MIDR

Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Cleaner Production. 9 Unlike other industries, mining companies face uncertainty around land use they are not always able to predict long-term needs. Land is often secured on an ‘as needs’ basis, as projects expand. 1. Incremental ‘brownfield’ expansion 0 5 10 15 20 25 Study phase Construction Operation

Mining, Displacement and the World Bank: A Case Analysis

Mining, Displacement and the World Bank: A Case Analysis of Compania Minera Antamina's Operations in Peru David Szablowski ABSTPJ\CT. The transformation in the structure of the world mining industry over the last decade has opened up enormous new regions for mineral explo ration and development by transnational mining com panies in countries in the South. This new access has

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Increasingly, the generic set of international standards that are used to manage cases of DIDR are being tested by the unique challenges posed by mining-induced displacement and resettlement...

Mining, Displacement and the World Bank: A Case Analysis

01/09/2002 The transformation in the structure of the world mining industry over the last decade has opened up enormous new regions for mineral exploration and development by transnational mining companies in countries in the South. This new access has inevitably brought mining companies into conflict with local communities. With the involvement of transnational advocacy networks and new

Africa: conflicts and mining-induced displacement War

When mining contracts are given, the immediate threat to local communities is displacement and land alienation (loss of property rights). These are inevitable features of large–scale mining. In Botswana, the displacement of the San people from the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, to open the park to large-scale diamond mining, was one such recent example.

Mining, displacement and empowerment: Working with

Mining, displacement and empowerment: Working with resettled women in Mozambique. 3 2 1 774. published. 3 July 2018. One of the poorest countries in the world, Mozambique is extremely rich in natural resources. But while the extractive industry provides important revenues for the country’s economic development, it also creates deep social problems.

Displacement Due to Mining in Jharkhand

of displacement of people due to mining we have to look at it from the wider perspective of dispossessionthat results from such mining activities. Displacement becomes a problem because of the dispossession that results from it. In this paper we shall consider the phenomenon of dispossession of the indigenous people of Jharkhand area in

MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT (MIDR

Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Cleaner Production. 9 Unlike other industries, mining companies face uncertainty around land use they are not always able to predict long-term needs. Land is often secured on an ‘as needs’ basis, as projects expand. 1. Incremental ‘brownfield’ expansion 0 5 10 15 20 25 Study phase Construction Operation

Mining, Displacement and the World Bank: A Case

Mining, Displacement and the World Bank: A Case Analysis of Compania Minera Antamina's Operations in Peru. David Szablowski 1 Journal of Business Ethics volume 39, pages 247 273 (2002)Cite this article. 1178 Accesses. 79 Citations. Metrics details. Abstract. The transformation in the structure of the world mining industry over the last decade has opened up enormous new regions for

Mining displacement: embracing change on the Iron Range.

Mining displacement: embracing change on the Iron Range. Authors. Jarvi, Adam Thomas. Issue Date 2009-12. Type. Thesis or Dissertation. Abstract. Abstract summary not available. Keywords. Geologic conditions. Hard rock. Landscape. Architecture. Appears in collections Master's Theses (Plan A and Professional Engineering Design Projects) [3784] Description. University of Minnesota M

Avoiding New Poverty: Mining-Induced Displacement and

The problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) poses major risks to societal sustainability. Unfortunately, no global survey has assessed the scale of MIDR. Available evidence suggests that the problem is significant. Mining displaced 2.55 million people in India between 1950 and 1990. The likelihood that MIDR will be a significant issue increases as eight factors converge

Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

Mining-induced displacement is currently not a statistically significant category of development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR). Nevertheless, the social costs of exploitation are great, and that is why the topic is worthy of a wider and more profound scientific analysis. The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter

Mining, displacement and empowerment: Working with

Mining, displacement and empowerment: Working with resettled women in Mozambique. 3 2 1 774. published . 3 July 2018. One of the poorest countries in the world, Mozambique is extremely rich in natural resources. But while the extractive industry provides important revenues for the country’s economic development, it also creates deep social problems. W e caught up with the Head of

Human Rights Perspective Of Mining Induced

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement is not just a problem about of individual human rights defilements, but also relating to shared rights, community-corporation clashes, the fight for resources, access to traditional and arable land, indigenous rights, the problem of sovereignty of tribal persons and local societies, and sustainable development (Aboagye, 2014).

Displacement Due to Mining in Jharkhand

of displacement of people due to mining we have to look at it from the wider perspective of dispossessionthat results from such mining activities. Displacement becomes a problem because of the dispossession that results from it. In this paper we shall consider the phenomenon of dispossession of the indigenous people of Jharkhand area in middle India due to the gigantic mineral exploitation

Mines, Mining and Displacement in India

Mines, Mining and Displacement in India This paper examines Indian-specific cases to determine the impact of mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR). It provides a gendered perspective on displacement and environmental degradation issues and explains how women are more exposed to negative impacts from displacement.

Displacement and Rehabilitation of People Due to

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) has 5 Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, pp. 8Op.cit, -10 6 Lok Sabha Starred Question No. 198 dated 22.8.2013 -4- become a major risk from the point of view of social sustainability. Scanty information on the MIDR indicates a very high displacement in the past and even increasing trend in the future due to rich mineral deposits which

MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT (MIDR

Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Cleaner Production. 9 Unlike other industries, mining companies face uncertainty around land use they are not always able to predict long-term needs. Land is often secured on an ‘as needs’ basis, as projects expand. 1. Incremental ‘brownfield’ expansion 0 5 10 15 20 25 Study phase Construction Operation

Mining displacement: embracing change on the Iron Range.

Mining displacement: embracing change on the Iron Range. Authors. Jarvi, Adam Thomas. Issue Date 2009-12. Type. Thesis or Dissertation. Abstract. Abstract summary not available. Keywords. Geologic conditions. Hard rock. Landscape. Architecture. Appears in collections Master's Theses (Plan A and Professional Engineering Design Projects) [3784] Description. University of Minnesota M

Mining, displacement and empowerment: Working with

Mining, displacement and empowerment: Working with resettled women in Mozambique. 3 2 1 774. published . 3 July 2018. One of the poorest countries in the world, Mozambique is extremely rich in natural resources. But while the extractive industry provides important revenues for the country’s economic development, it also creates deep social problems. W e caught up with the Head of

Human Rights Perspective Of Mining Induced

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement is not just a problem about of individual human rights defilements, but also relating to shared rights, community-corporation clashes, the fight for resources, access to traditional and arable land, indigenous rights, the problem of sovereignty of tribal persons and local societies, and sustainable development (Aboagye, 2014).

Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: The case

Abstract This study examines mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) in rutile mining communities in Sierra Leone, drawing from mining and resettlement literature and utilizing political ecology and the impoverishment risk and reconstruction (IRR) model. Data for this paper was primarily obtained from semi-structured interviews of sixty participants in Kanga and Madina Villages in

Mining-induced displacement and r preview & related

This study examines mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) in rutile mining communities in Sierra Leone, drawing from mining and resettlement literature and utilizing political ecology and the impoverishment risk and reconstruction (IRR) model. Data for this paper was primarily obtained from semi-structured interviews of sixty participants in Kanga and Madina Villages in Bonthe

Coal mining-induced displacement and its impact on

Coal mining-induced displacement and its impact on human development book. A study on selected tribal households in Odisha. By Sujata Sahu, R.K. Kumbhar. Book Development, Environment and Migration. Click here to navigate to parent product. Edition 1st Edition. First Published 2020. Imprint Routledge India. Pages 19. eBook ISBN 9781003049982. ABSTRACT . The role of neoliberal

Development-induced displacement Wikipedia

Development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR) occurs when people are forced to leave their homes in a development-driven form of forced migration.Historically, it has been associated with the construction of dams for hydroelectric power and irrigation, but it can also result from various development projects such as mining, agriculture, the creation of military installations

News Alerts MINING & DISPLACEMENT: SAME STORY

MINING & DISPLACEMENT: SAME STORY EVERYWHERE Published on Jul 27, 2009 Modified on Jul 27, 2009. Government of India is preparing to allot alternative sites to the South Korean mining giant POSCO for its Rs 51000 crore steel plant in Orissa because it fears a major tribal backlash against forced displacement from their lands and livelihoods. The plan is to ‘arrange’ alternative sites for

Mining IDS GeoRadar

IDS GeoRadar Mining Services. Continuous (24x7) & remote monitoring of mine wall movements with sub-millimetre accuracy from distances up to 4 Km ; Provision of reliable early warning for progressive slope movements that potentially lead to failure of mine walls; Mapping of long term evolution of slow moving slopes and forecast of mine wall movement; Underground tunnel condition assessment