- Violate human rights/women’s rights;
- Flout the principle of free, prior, and informed consent of the affected land users, particularly indigenous peoples;
- Ignore the impacts on social, economic, and gender relations, and on the environment;
- Avoid transparent contracts with clear and binding commitments on employment and benefit sharing;
- Shun democratic planning, independent oversight, and meaningful participation –Oxfam (2011:2).
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