Perspectives explores mining in Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria brings to light insights from civil society, mining companies, government officials and policymakers.
This documentary informs, sensitizes and creates awareness about the impacts of the extractive industry’s operations on communities in Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria on a local, national, regional and international level.
The documentary was able to demystify some of the preconceptions the beneficiaries of mining in Africa, and what can be done to attain justice. It also shed light on the roles and responsibilities of states, enterprises, and citizens. Local and global complexities were identified in seemingly inhibiting an overhaul of the existing systems to benefit, not only mining communities, but also national economies.
It aims to empower marginalized communities by increasing awareness of their rights and responsibilities in initiating and participating in their own development, enabling stakeholders to advocate for their priorities, and effectively interface with policy makers.
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It is currently being distributed across various platforms.