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  • Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal

      Introduction: De Soto and the “extralegal” economy The global surge in artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) has attracted millions of people seeking economic refuge in a world where 40 percent of all people live in poverty

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  • Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal

    Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De Soto and the redefinition of “formalization” This paper addresses the role of formalization in artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) in subSaharan Africa, focusing specifically on Uganda Most ASM activity occurs outside mainstream legal economies, occupying a hazy world of

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  • Artisanal and SmallScale Mining as an Extralegal

    Request PDF Artisanal and SmallScale Mining as an Extralegal Economy: De Soto and the Redefinition of “Formalization” This paper addresses the role of formalization in artisanal and small

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    Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper addresses the role of formalization in artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) in subSaharan Africa, focusing specifically on Uganda Most ASM activity occurs outside mainstream legal economies, occupying a hazy world of informal, yet essential, economic activity There is an emerging consensus that formalization must be part of any strategy to

  • Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal

    International development organizations can help to facilitate the transition of ASM from an extralegal to a legal economy by creating revolving loan funds, and helping to carry the risk of lending money to minersArtisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) Gold mining Formalization Extralegal De Soto Uganda Sustainable livelihoods Alternative

    作者: Shefa Siegel and Marcello M Veiga
  • Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal

    This paper addresses the role of formalization in artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) in subSaharan Africa, focusing specifically on Uganda Most ASM activity occurs outside mainstream legal economies, occupying a hazy world of informal, yet essential, economic activity There is an emerging consensus that formalization must be part of any strategy to develop the ASM sector

    Cited by: 201
  • Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal

    Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De Soto and the redefinition of “formalization” Shefa Siegel; Marcello M Veiga download BookSC Download books for free Find books

  • Mapping Artisanal and Small Scale Mining to the

      Jorden de Haan, Pact Kirsten Dales, Independent Consultant Dr James McQuilken, Pact Access the full report here Recommended citation: Jorden de Haan, Kirsten Dales James McQuilken “Mapping Artisanal and Smallscale Mining to the Sustainable Development Goals” Mining the SDGs: ASM and LSM perspectives

  • Hernando de Soto, the Lone Prospector and the

      9 See Shefa Siegel Marcello M Veiga, Artisanal and SmallScale Mining as an Extralegal Economy: De Soto and the Redefinition of “Formalization”, 34 RESOURCES POL’Y 51 (2009) 10 See Hilson, et al supra note 8, at 84 11 See Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD) Federacion Nacional de Minerso Artesanales

  • Mining governance dilemma and impacts: A case of

    "Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De Soto and the redefinition of "formalization"," Resources Policy, Elsevier, vol 34(12), pages 5156 Aubynn, Anthony, 2009 " Sustainable solution or a marriage of inconvenience?

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  • Women and Artisanal and SmallScale Mining (ASM)

    ‘Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De Soto and the redefinition of “formalization”’, Resources Policy, vol 34, no 12, pp 51 6 World Bank Group; Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, (2015), Resources and Resourcefulness: Gender, Human Rights and Resilience in Select Artisanal Mining Towns of

  • Artisanal and Smallscale Mining LandLinks

    Artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM), which refers to mining with minimal or no mechanization often in the informal sector, has increasingly captured the interest of governments, international organizations, and private corporations because of its growing role in national economies and its impacts on society and the environment The artisanal mining sector also provides new opportunities

  • Artisanal and SmallScale Mining World Bank

      Artisanal and SmallScale Mining occurs in approximately 80 countries worldwide There are approximately 100 million artisanal miners globally Artisanal and smallscale production supply accounts for 80% of global sapphire, 20% of gold mining and up to 20% of diamond mining

  • [PDF] Artisanal and SmallScale Mining as a challenge

    This paper explores the different challenges posed by Artisanal and Smallscale Mining (ASM) to Sustainable Development (SD), as well as proactive and unrealistic approaches in dealing with these challenges Since there is no clear cut internationally acceptable definition of ASM, this paper considers ASM as the exploitation of marginal ore deposits, which are not profitable to mine on a large

  • Mapping Artisanal and Small Scale Mining to the

      Jorden de Haan, Pact Kirsten Dales, Independent Consultant Dr James McQuilken, Pact Access the full report here Recommended citation: Jorden de Haan, Kirsten Dales James McQuilken “Mapping Artisanal and Smallscale Mining to the Sustainable Development Goals” Mining the SDGs: ASM and LSM perspectives

  • Hernando de Soto, the Lone Prospector and the

      9 See Shefa Siegel Marcello M Veiga, Artisanal and SmallScale Mining as an Extralegal Economy: De Soto and the Redefinition of “Formalization”, 34 RESOURCES POL’Y 51 (2009) 10 See Hilson, et al supra note 8, at 84 11 See Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD) Federacion Nacional de Minerso Artesanales

  • Formalization as a tool for environmental

      UNITAR and UN Environment, Handbook; Shefa Siegel and Marcello M Veiga, ‘Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: de Soto and the redefinition of “formalization”’, Resources Policy 34: 1–2, March–June 2009, pp 51–6; Le Billon, ‘Peace matters’

  • Artisanal and smallscale gold mining in Ghana

      ARtISAnAl AnD SMAllSC AlE GolD MInInG In G hAnA EID ENCE TO INFORM AN ‘ACTION DIALOGU E’ 6 Summary Introduction In Ghana, artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) has grown in size and significance Its contribution to wealth creation, employment and the economy makes it one of the nation’s most important livelihood activities,

  • Safety culture maturity assessment for mining

    Siegel S , Veiga M Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De soto and the redefinition of “formalization” Resources Policy 2009; 34(12): 51–6 [24] Güiza L Small scale mining in colombia: Not such a small activity Dyna 2013; 181:109–17 [25] Bottani E , Monica L , Vignali G

  • Mining governance dilemma and impacts: A case of

    "Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De Soto and the redefinition of "formalization"," Resources Policy, Elsevier, vol 34(12), pages 5156 Aubynn, Anthony, 2009 " Sustainable solution or a marriage of inconvenience?

  • CASE STUDY: ARTISANAL AND SMALLSCALE MINING IN

      Artisanal and smallscale mining: Mining activities that meet the conditions set forth in article 91 of the Single Ordinary Text of Peru’s General Mining Law, approved by Supreme Decree No 01492EM In general, artisanal scale miners meet the following criteria: 1 Consists of person or group of natural persons, legal

  • Artisanal and SmallScale Mining World Bank

      Artisanal and SmallScale Mining occurs in approximately 80 countries worldwide There are approximately 100 million artisanal miners globally Artisanal and smallscale production supply accounts for 80% of global sapphire, 20% of gold mining and up to 20% of diamond mining

  • Mapping Artisanal and Small Scale Mining to the

      Jorden de Haan, Pact Kirsten Dales, Independent Consultant Dr James McQuilken, Pact Access the full report here Recommended citation: Jorden de Haan, Kirsten Dales James McQuilken “Mapping Artisanal and Smallscale Mining to the Sustainable Development Goals” Mining the SDGs: ASM and LSM perspectives

  • Artisanal and Smallscale Mining

      The ASM Inventory section features interactive thematic maps on Artisanal and Smallscale Mining, compiled from various global baseline studies published during the past two decades and updated with selected quantitative and qualitative data considered reliable The current dataset contains 77 countries for which the number of ASM miners has been assessed in baseline studies and 32

  • State of the Artisanal and SmallScale Mining Sector 2019

      2019 State of the Artisanal and SmallScale Mining Sector Washington, DC: World Bank Acknowledgments and key contributors: The 2019 State of the Artisanal and SmallScale Mining Sector is a collaboration between the World Bank Energy and Extractive Industries Global Practice, Pact, Surrey Business School University of Surrey,

  • Formalizing Artisanal and SmallScale Mining for

      Many countries have embarked on a quest for what seems to be some sort of Holy Grail: the formalization of the artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) sector Over 40 million people globally are involved in ASM, and at least 150 million depend on the sector thanks to the sector’s positive spillover effects on rural economies

  • Formalization as a tool for environmental

      UNITAR and UN Environment, Handbook; Shefa Siegel and Marcello M Veiga, ‘Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: de Soto and the redefinition of “formalization”’, Resources Policy 34: 1–2, March–June 2009, pp 51–6; Le Billon, ‘Peace matters’

  • Artisanal and smallscale gold mining in Ghana

      ARtISAnAl AnD SMAllSC AlE GolD MInInG In G hAnA EID ENCE TO INFORM AN ‘ACTION DIALOGU E’ 6 Summary Introduction In Ghana, artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) has grown in size and significance Its contribution to wealth creation, employment and the economy makes it one of the nation’s most important livelihood activities,

  • Safety culture maturity assessment for mining

    Siegel S , Veiga M Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De soto and the redefinition of “formalization” Resources Policy 2009; 34(12): 51–6 [24] Güiza L Small scale mining in colombia: Not such a small activity Dyna 2013; 181:109–17 [25] Bottani E , Monica L , Vignali G

  • Gavin hilson amdc asm workshop april 2016

      • Siegel, S, Veiga, MM Artisanal and smallscale mining as an extralegal economy: De Soto and the redefinition of "formalization" (2009) Resources Policy, 34 (12), pp 5156 • Banchirigah, SM Challenges with eradicating illegal mining in Ghana:

  • CASE STUDY: ARTISANAL AND SMALLSCALE MINING IN

      Artisanal and smallscale mining: Mining activities that meet the conditions set forth in article 91 of the Single Ordinary Text of Peru’s General Mining Law, approved by Supreme Decree No 01492EM In general, artisanal scale miners meet the following criteria: 1 Consists of person or group of natural persons, legal

  • Artisanal and SmallScale Mining World Bank

      Artisanal and SmallScale Mining occurs in approximately 80 countries worldwide There are approximately 100 million artisanal miners globally Artisanal and smallscale production supply accounts for 80% of global sapphire, 20% of gold mining and up to 20% of diamond mining

  • Artisanal and Smallscale Mining

      The ASM Inventory section features interactive thematic maps on Artisanal and Smallscale Mining, compiled from various global baseline studies published during the past two decades and updated with selected quantitative and qualitative data considered reliable The current dataset contains 77 countries for which the number of ASM miners has been assessed in baseline studies and 32

  • Artisanal and SmallScale Mining: Addressing

    Artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) in Global Supply Chains It is needless to say that artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) is of significant importance for sourcing valuable minerals and geological materials that are processed in products we use daily This includes eg jewelry, electronic devices, technology and automobiles

  • Artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM)

      We believe artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) can coexist alongside largescale mining when carried out responsibly and transparently We recognise the legitimacy of cobalt from responsible ASM operations in the global supply chain and welcome the efforts by responsible sourcing initiatives and international organisations to improve practices and address the risks of human rights violations

  • OPINION SmallScale Mining and Profitability PIM

      ASMs (artisanal and smallscale mining operations), within the context of a semiindustrial mining company seem to be an ideal framework for investments that consider every dynamic that constitute the ecosystem of mining Several reasons for this First, the level of investment for is 10 to 20 times lower than that required for an industrial

  • Addressing Challenges in Global Supply Chains

      21 See IGF (2017): Global Trends in Artisanal and SmallScale Mining (ASM) → p v 22 ibid 23 See eg: Telmer, KH and Veiga, MM (2009): ‘World Emissions of Mercury from Artisanal and Small Scale Gold Mining’ in N Pirrone and R Mason (eds) "Mercury Fate and Transport in the Global Atmosphere" Springer

  • How “Small” Is SmallScale Gold Mining?

    UN International Guidelines on Mercury Management in Artisanal and SmallScale Mining is a final result of a legal assessment of social, environmental, financial, technical and health related issues in smallscale mining industry all over the world Principal

  • Women in Artisanal and SmallScale Mining: Challenges

      Artisanal and smallscale mining (ASM) has grown significantly with approximately 405 million people directly involved, and an additional 150 million dependent on the sector for their livelihood Though not often acknowledged, the role of women in ASM is significant, as they make up around 30

  • The Mercury Problem in Artisanal and Small‐Scale

      The Mercury Problem in Artisanal Gold Mining Mercurybased artisanal and smallscale gold mining (ASGM) causes more mercury pollution than any other human activity 1 In this practice, mercury metal is used to extract gold from ore as a stable amalgam The amalgam is then heated to evaporate the mercury and isolate the gold