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Tag: Conflict Minerals

Responsible Minerals Initiative Annual Conference

The Enough Project’s Deputy Director of Policy Sasha Lezhnev will be a moderator on the panel ‘Responsible Minerals in Business and Human Rights,’ during the Responsible Minerals Initiative Annual Conference. Panelists will include representatives from companies and organizations that have implemented responsible sourcing practices. This conference brings together experts and practitioners from industry, governments, and […]

By m-robinson

September 16, 2019

Gold: Legacy, Leadership, Luminescence

Enough Project's Managing Director, Brad Brooks-Rubin, will join a panel of experts to discuss the foundations of ethical sourcing of gold.

By Enough Team

March 20, 2019

The role of finance in the mineral supply chains

Deputy Director of Policy Sasha Lezhnev will join a panel from industry, investors, and international financial institutions, on the role of the financial sector in the minerals trade from conflict- and high-risk areas.

By Enough Team

October 8, 2018

Ropes & Gray Webinar: Takeaways from the Enough Project’s Consumer Electronics and Jewelry Retail Company Conflict Minerals Rankings

In mid-November, The Enough Project released its report on 3TG compliance procedures and disclosures by consumer electronics and jewelry retailer companies. In particular, the report focused on company efforts to source conflict-free from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and supporting a transparent mining sector in the DRC. This webinar will feature an overview of the report, including Enough’s recommendations for all companies.

By Enough Team

November 20, 2017

Progress and Challenges on Conflict Minerals: Facts on Dodd-Frank 1502

Conflict minerals have fueled and continue to help sustain armed violence in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, linking them to the deadliest conflict globally since World War II. The four conflict minerals (gold, along with the 3Ts – tin, tantalum, and tungsten) are not the only sources of income to armed groups, but they are some of the most lucrative.

By Enough Team

July 25, 2017