As Acacia Mining's troubles in Tanzania deepen, RAID released a new video detailing the stories of some of the victims at the North Mara mine in stark detail.

Acacia Mining's Response to the Globe and Mail Article raises more questions than it answers about human rights violations at the North Mara gold mine in Tanzania.

Tanzanian Government has acknowledged the scale of violence surrounding the North Mara Gold Mine, say MiningWatch Canada and RAID in their most recent field assessment.

After a meeting with Acacia Mining in London, RAID and MiningWatch Canada call for extensive repair of the North Mara Grievance Mechanism

Company grievance mechanisms are more about protecting or refurbishing a company’s reputation than providing an effective remedy to the victims of corporate-related human rights abuse. This is the conclusion of...

Acacia Mining (Acacia), a subsidiary of Barrick Gold Corp., in its public reaction to RAID’s 17 November press release with MiningWatch Canada makes a number of unfounded assertions. The company...

Human Rights Impact Assessments

In their separate responses to RAID of March 2015, both Acacia Mining plc (formerly known as African Barrick Gold plc – ABG) and Barrick Gold Corporation...

A briefing released today by RAID calls on the UK and other governments to rectify serious problems in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the Voluntary...