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  • Men and women digging and carrying rocks

    Mali’s new mining law: an improvement, but fails artisanal miners

    Mali’s long-awaited mining reforms are here. A mix of progressive and outdated measures, the code must pass parliamentary review before entering into law. We assess the significance of three aspects of the legislation

    8 October 2019 | Blog | Law
  • Working in shifts, an artisanal and small-scale miner in the Western region of Ghana relaxes at the top of a 15m mine shaft reinforced with a wooden 'cage' after several hours of digging (Photo: James McQuilken (@James_McQuilken/j.mcquilken@surrey.ac.uk))

    Ghana: on our way to participatory reform in the artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector

    With an engaged government, private sector and multi-stakeholder engagements already in place with artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) communities, Ghana provides an excellent opportunity for a dialogue that delivers solutions to the challenges facing the ASM sector

    15 July 2016 | Project | Sustainable markets
  • A collection of resources and images relating to the artisanal and small-scale mining sector compiled by IIED (Photos/images: Brian Sokol/Panos Pictures and IIED)

    A day of sharing ASM knowledge

    Throughout Thursday, June 25, IIED created an online space for dialogue and sharing knowledge and information about the artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) sector

    25 June 2015 | Article | Energy
  • Employees work deep within a tunnel at the Nsangano Gold Mine, Mawemeru village in Geita District, Tanzania in March 2015 (Photo: Brian Sokol/Panos Pictures)

    Laying the foundations for a dialogue series on ASM

    With support from the Ford Foundation, IIED is undertaking a robust research and engagement programme, including the convening of a 'visioning workshop' on artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM), to lay the foundations for a multi-stakeholder dialogue series on ASM

    24 June 2015 | Project | Energy
  • Levocatus Saidi Bujiku has been working as an artisanal miner for about two years (Photo: Brian Sokol/Panos Pictures)

    Gold mining: the search for common ground

    To better understand the wide range of people who depend on gold mining, IIED travelled to Tanzania to talk to some of them. Here are some of their stories

    11 June 2015 | Blog | Energy
  • Employees work deep within a tunnel at the Nsangano Gold Mine, Mawemeru village in Geita District, Tanzania (Photo: copyright Brian Sokol/Panos Pictures)

    A shared long-term vision for ASM

    Diverse stakeholders from across the world of gold mining share a long-term vision of artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) as a functional business sector

    29 April 2015 | Blog | Energy
  • Artisanal and small-scale mining accounts for 20 per cent of world gold production (Photo: Travis Lupick, Creative Commons, via Flickr)

    Delivering solutions through multi-stakeholder dialogue

    IIED's dialogue series has been designed to address the global coordination and knowledge gaps that exist in the artisanal and small–scale mining (ASM) sector

    5 February 2015 | Project | Energy
  • Traders take matooke to market

    Resilient Dynamism? An informal word with leaders meeting in Davos

    Political and business leaders gathering in Davos will discuss ‘resilient dynamism’, but their distrust of informal economies is a missed opportunity.

    22 January 2013 | Blog | Sustainable markets
  • Fairtrade and formalisation for small-scale miners

    The world's first Fairtrade and Fairmined gold is launched in the UK to help formalise the artisanal and small-scale gold mining sector. But is formalisation the best way forward?

    18 February 2011 | Blog | Natural resource management
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