RAID has moved forward both individual cases and regulation. Working locally, nationally and globally and supporting arguments with  in-depth original research means that RAID can achieve redress for those with limited access to justice.

Responding to RAID’s involvement in taking the Anvil Case to the Canadian Supreme Court, the Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa said: “You have raised the issue and made a precedent for all mining companies to pay attention [to] what they are doing with local communities.”

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Keeping the hope of justice alive

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Kawama testimonies and Kilwa survivors: read about the human impact of corporations' actions.

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