In 2017 CSRM partnered with the Danish Institute for Human Rights to undertake a human rights impact assessment (HRIA) for the proposed Papua LNG Project in Papua New Guinea. This summary report presents key findings and recommendations of the HRIA.

The report is structured into two parts.

Part 1 comprises the introduction to the assessment and overview of the project area of influence.

Part 2 presents a summary of the key findings and recommendations of the HRIA with regard to human rights due diligence and the three thematic areas: gender, security and conflict. A contextual overview is provided for each of the three thematic areas. The report was drafted in 2017 and reflects findings and recommendations at that time.

Language: English

Publisher: The Danish Institute for Human Rights

Region: South Pacific

Type: Report

CITATION

Götzmann, N. & Bainton, N. 2019. PAPUA LNG HUMAN RIGHTS IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOCUS ON GENDER, SECURITY AND CONFLICT. Danish Institute for Human Rights & Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, The University of Queensland.

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Papua LNG human rights impact assessment: focus on gender, security and conflict