Solidarity Statement with Clyde River and Chippewas of the Thames

On November 30th, the Inuit community of Clyde River and organizations representing Inuit across the Canadian Arctic will head to the Supreme Court of Canada to defend their rights to meaningfully participate in decisions about extractive industries in… Read More

A powerful demonstration of solidarity in support of women land defenders

In an amazing expression of solidarity, hundreds of individuals and organizations signed a letter in solidarity with women land defenders. This letter was sparked by recent and ongoing attacks against women land defenders who, at great personal risk,… Read More

MISN Statement – “No to the TPP!”

This statement was read at a Rally outside the TPP townhall convened by MP Chrystia Freeland at the University of Toronto on June 15. Words by MISN member Jen Mills. I’m a member of the Mining Injustice Solidarity… Read More

Open Letter: In Response to the Murder of Carlos Mejia Orellana

Dear Minister Baird, We are outraged and deeply saddened by the news of the murder of Carlos Mejía Orellana on April 11, 2014, a journalist and marketing director of Radio Progreso, a Jesuit community-based radio station in El… Read More

Open Letter in Solidarity with Social Movements, and Human Rights Defenders in Honduras

As a grassroots organization committed to the self-determination of all peoples and communities, and thus in support of transparency and inclusion in democratic processes, the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) expresses its concern for the current developments in… Read More

Carta Abierta en Solidaridad con los Movimientos Sociales y [email protected] Defensores de Derechos Humanos en Honduras.

Acting as a grassroots organization committed to self-determination of all people and their communities, and also, to support transparency and inclusion of all citizens in democratic processes, the Solidarity Network Against Mining Injustice (MISN) expresses dismay at the… Read More


The Audience at the Health Tribunal gives the judges good energy at the opening of the Tribunal. photo James Rodriguez The Peoples’ International Health Tribunal came to a close today shortly after the reading of the judge’s final deliberation…. Read More

Popular Consulta to be held against IAMGOLD’s operation in Ecuador

October the 2, 2011 will be a crucial day for all those that have been struggling with mining issues in Latin America.  The indigenous and mestizo peoples of the rural parishes of Victoria del Portete and Tarqui (Kichwa)… Read More


Indigenous Peoples were ‘shocked’ to learn this week that the application of three new Philippine mining firms has been approved into one Financial or Technical Assistance Agreement (FTAA) on Palawan, a UNESCO “Man and Biosphere Reserve” in the… Read More

New Mining (In)Justice Blip TV Channel showcases panels from the Conference

Did you attend the Mining (In)Justice conference but didn’t get to see all of the panels you wanted to? Did you see a great panel and want to share that experience with a friend? Well.. now, a lot… Read More