Support for work defending the rights of communities against forced evictions and dislocation precipitated by large energy development projects and to ensure protections against basic human rights violations in the international financing mechanisms that fund these projects.
Support for IAP’s work with community-based partners to oppose the human rights and environmental impacts of proposed or failed development projects and targeting the international financiers behind it.
Support for ProtestBarrick’s work documenting Barrick Gold's alleged human rights violations at the Porgera mine in Papua New Guinea and at its open-pit mine devastating indigenous lands at Lake Cowal, Australia.
Project support for land and housing rights advocacy in partnership with grassroots organizers in Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific. Program strategies include reforming international financial institutions (IFIs), demanding accountability for violations of human and environmental rights, and promoting development alternatives that reflect local priorities.
Project support for the Porgera Alliance, a network of groups in the Engan province of Papua New Guinea, and the Akali Tange Association, also in Papua New Guinea, in their efforts to demand accountability from Barrick Gold, the world’s largest gold mining corporation.