Latin American Network on the Extractive Industries

COALITION
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The Latin American Network on the Extractive Industries (RLIE in Spanish) was formed in 2009 in response to concerns by Latin American CSOs about the impact of mining and oil extraction in region. Based on this common interest, the coalition’s objective is to ensure a continuous space for Latin American civil society to meet and work together to influence public policies on the extractive industries, with an emphasis on transparency, participation, guaranteeing human rights and protecting the environment. The network is currently made up of 13 organisations from eight countries: Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico and Peru. It joined PWYP in 2014 and represents the region on the PWYP Global Council.

The coalition aims to ensure a continuous space for Latin American civil society to meet and work together to influence public policies on the extractive industries
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Member organisations

Centro de Derechos Económicos y Sociales (Ecuador) external website link >
Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Laboral y Agrario (Bolivia) external website link >
Cooperacción Acción Solidaria para el Desarrollo (Peru) external website link >
Coordinadora de ONG y Cooperativas external website link >
Derecho, Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (Peru) external website link >
Foro Nacional por Colombia (Colombia) external website link >
Fundación JUBILEO (Bolivia) external website link >
Fundación Terram (Chile) external website link >
Fundar, Centro de Análisis e Investigación (Mexico) external website link >
Grupo FARO (Ecuador) external website link >
Grupo Propuesta Ciudadana (Peru) external website link >
Instituto Brasileiro de Análises Sociais e Econômicas (Brasil) external website link >