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Author: Aileen Andres

Congo Activist Bandi Mbubi: “If we come together globally, we can make a difference”

Congo Activist Bandi Mbubi: "If we come together globally, we can make a difference"
Earlier this year, Congolese activist Bandi Mbubi was chosen to speak at a TEDx Talk at the University of Exeter in southwest England focusing on “Sustainability and Our Interconnected World.” His words brought those in the audience to tears and have inspired many others throughout the world, including us here at the Enough Project ...
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Uniting Around Congo, Inspired by Dom

Uniting Around Congo, Inspired by Dom
Last week, we were lucky enough to spend four days with Dominique Bikaba, one of the activists from our “I Am Congo” video series. These visits with activist partners from the field are special opportunities for us at the Enough Project to witness how truly exceptional the activists we work with are, especially since not all of us have had the chance to visit Congo ourselves ...
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An Activist’s Guide to the SEC’s Final Ruling on Congo’s Conflict Minerals

An Activist’s Guide to the SEC’s Final Ruling on Congo’s Conflict Minerals
On August 22, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, voted to adopt conflict minerals regulations that require companies to publicly disclose whether any of the minerals they use originated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or an adjoining country. If so, what steps they are taking to avoid sourcing from armed groups? The decision marked a major victory in the fight to end the trade in conflict minerals from eastern Congo—one that would not have happened without activist pressure on the SEC and the electronics industry. Our new guide for activists to the SEC’s ruling on conflict ...
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