Industrias extractivas

The oil, mining and gas industries are central to the economies of many developing countries. At the same time, these industries often give rise to human rights problems so serious that they can devastate vulnerable communities. Human Rights Watch investigates how lucrative and politically important extractives projects can become entangled with abuses by unaccountable security forces; undermine the livelihoods of families forced to relocate to make way for them; and fuel government corruption that undermines the very economic promise these industries might otherwise represent. We work to develop solutions to the problems we expose, taking our research directly from impacted communities to the boardrooms of leading multinationals and the offices of government regulators. 

  • 15 de junio de 2017 Report

    Cómo la salud y la educación pagan el costo de la autocontratación en Guinea Ecuatorial

    Tras haber gastado millones de dólares en edificios gubernamentales en Malabo, la capital, Guinea Ecuatorial ahora está invirtiendo miles de millones de dólares en la construcción de una nueva capital administrativa, Oyala.
  • 9 de julio de 2009 Report

    Petróleo y derechos humanos en Guinea Ecuatorial