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Mining for gold in the Aceh forest without a permit during a moratorium.
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April 2005 Rebel commanders in Aceh accuse the Indonesian army of repeatedly violating the cease-fire. It's a claim the Indonesian government strenuously denies The army claims it's killed more than 200 rebels trying to attack aid convoys. But not a single relief organisation has reported being attacked. Instead, there's growing evidence that the army is using the cease-fire to attack rebels. As GAM commander Muharram states: "They're committing ethnic cleansing in Aceh." Produced by SBS/Dateline Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Severe drought and heavy loss of livestock have led traditional Mongolian herders to mine gold in order to survive. Their work is hazardous and illegal. A new law has been proposed to help improve the working conditions of 100,000 informal gold miners. English VNR 2006
Read accompanying article at New Mandala: asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newmandala/2015/07/16/the-gold-farmers/ UC Berkeley's Prof Nancy Lee Peluso has been researching natural resources politics in Indonesia since 1979. In these photographs she documents the searching for gold in unlicensed mines in West Kalimantan province. Dangerous, illegal, and environmentally destructive, smallholder mining nevertheless offers a shot at prosperity for marginalised rural people.
Nick Hodgson of Astrogems.com, by chance was invited into a sapphire mine on the edge of a small township while travelling through Sri Lanka, this is an Off the Cuff video of what took place. Very educational and you feel like you just journeyed there yourself! Hard to believe that the main street was right beside the mine - even the cows seemed oblivious!
Thousands of Indonesians risk their lives to prospect for gold in makeshift mine shafts in the jungle of West Java. As well as risking their own safety when their cramped mine collapses, the locals pollute the environment with mercury and cyanide.