This publication is a result from the GOMIAM project, an ambitious research project building on the comparison of small-scale gold mining in five different Amazon countries: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Suriname. The project works on the development of an integrated social, political and technical approach of small-scale gold mining, with the aim to diminish social and environmental conflicts in the sector.

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How Technology Fuels Trafficking and Exploitation in Asia and the Pacific
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