Resource Guide for Monitoring Extractives for Women Environmental and Human Rights Defenders (WEHRDs)

The “Resource Guide for Monitoring Extractives for Women Environmental and Human Rights Defenders (WEHRDs)” serves to support community-based women environmental and human rights defenders (WEHRDs) to conduct basic investigation/monitoring of an impending or actual mining operation in their communities and look at actual or potential negative mining impacts on their communities, with particular attention to violations and impacts on women.

To access the guide, please click here.

Published: November 2019

Organization(s): Women in Action on Mining in Asia (WAMA)

Region: Asia

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