History of the Alternative Mining Indaba

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AMI_3The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) is a space that was created in 2010 for communities affected by extractive industries and ordinary citizens to articulate the challenges posed by the sector in terms of human rights and socio-economic growth. The main objective was to provide an international platform for affected communities and broader civil society organizations (including National Christian Councils and inter-faith groups) to share experiences, mobilize, as well as motivate mining communities to strengthen their work on advocacy and develop strategic tools which empower them. Click here for the AMI 2016 Concept Note
The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) is a space that was created in 2010 especially for communities affected by extractive industries and ordinary citizens to articulate the challenges posed in their day to day lives by the sector in terms of human rights and socio-economic growth. The main objective was to provide an international platform for affected communities and broader civil society organizations (including National Christian Councils and inter faith groups) to share experiences, mobilize, as well as motivate mining communities to strengthen their work on advocacy and the development of strategic tools which empower them. 
Click here for the AMI 2016 Concept Note
 

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