RISD, a Rwandan NGO, presented its study of land use and implementation of villagisation in Kigali Rural, Ruhengeri, Gikongoro and Butare to offer an informed contribution to land policy development and the villagisation process and to stimulate discussion and dialogue through dissemination of its findings.
Modern mine warfare began in 1969, and over the past thirty years mine pollution has increased
greatly. Today mines are being laid on a near daily basis by both government forces and several
armed ethnic groups. The military government of Burma, formerly known as the State Law and
Order Restoration Council (SLORC), now calls itself the State Peace and Development Council
The history of Burma’s jade mines in the West is a brief one. While hundreds of different reports, articles and even books exist on the famous ruby deposits of Mogok, only a handful of westerners have ever made the journey to northern Burma’s remote jade mines and wrote down their findings. Occidental accounts of the mines make their first appearance in 1837.
The State Law and Order Restoration Council...
The Myanmar Mines Law...
(The State Law and Order Restoration Council Law No 8/94)...
The 2nd Waxing Day of Tawthalin, 1356 M.E.
(6th September, 1994)
"The objectives of this Law are as follows:
a.to implement the Mineral Resources Policy of the Government;
Carries a copy of "Grave Diggers" (no search engine so go to publications and browse). Good links page.
Use the drop-down menu of the Database Search. Click on Landmines.
El presente trabajo de investigación se llevó a cabo con el propósito de determinar en qué medida la Protección constitucional de la propiedad comunal estaría siendo afectada por las actividades mineras. Para ello se estableció la siguiente hipótesis: La Protección constitucional de la propiedad comunal estaría siendo afectada en manera perjudicial por las actividades mineras.