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Who we work with

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Communities
  • They live close to the natural resource rich areas
  • They are very poor and do not have access to quality education
  • They are unaware about their rights and what extractive industry companies are doing on the land (rivers or ocean)
  • Women in the communities to help bridge the equality gap because women are responsible when it comes to educating, feeding their families and transforming their communities
  • Community leaders. SARW provides them with educational material and training programmes to help build their knowledge and capacity.
Civil Society
  • These are like-minded organisations that share the same vision as SARW. The underpinning link is human rights
  • SARW seeks partnerships with these organisations for collective impact
  • Relationships with these organisation are formed and forged through research and referrals
  • Community Based Organisations form part of this group
Women’s groups and youth

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Social Movements

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Governments
  • They enact legislation, policies and regulations for the extraction of resources in their countries and SARW engages, consults and advises them on these processes
  • They have a responsibility to do what is right for the communities to benefit from the extraction of resources
  • SARW with its strong grassroot links works with governments on advocacy processes to ensure that resources benefit all parties as governments and private sector cannot do it alone
Labour Unions

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Corporate
  • Any company that is involved in the extractive process of mineral resources
  • SARW’s aim is to encourage mining companies to act responsibly and to hold them accountable with regards to land dereliction, pollution, and displacement of people from their land without informed consent
  • SARW advocates and educates companies to support and promote an extractive sector that places people before profits
Media

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Parliament

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Academia
  • Includes universities, research driven think tanks and institutions, consultants and knowledge experts
  • These relationships are key in order to collaborate on research and advocacy projects – Many “minds” make light work