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2013 12 5Conflict free minerals from the DRC will only be possible if companies stay ... The law is meant to end the trade in minerals produced in areas of armed conflict and human rights abuses so ...

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  • Conflict Minerals A Continuous Lack Of Will Of The

    Conflict Minerals A Continuous Lack Of Will Of The

    Moreover, mining companies are hiding information from consumers about the provenance of the minerals they use as well as from the governments to avoid paying fair taxes. The responsibility for the situation of violence in conflict or high risk areas must be shared by all stakeholders.

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  • Conflict Minerals And Mining In The Congo

    Conflict Minerals And Mining In The Congo

    Conflict mineral is a term that describes the minerals mined in conditions of armed conflict and human rights abuse, in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. These include the 3 Ts which are tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold.

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  • Conflict Minerals And Sexual Violence In Central Africa

    Conflict Minerals And Sexual Violence In Central Africa

    Focusing on two conflict minerals initiatives, I explore how data on sexual violence are positioned as an indicator for assessing armed conflict and human rights abuses in mining areas in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. I trace the methodological decisions and epistemic claims that shape what is knowable about mining related ...

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  • Conflict Minerals And Unexpected Tradeoffs

    Conflict Minerals And Unexpected Tradeoffs

    2019 12 3Before the boycott, the militias could maximize revenue by taxing tin, tungsten, and tantalum at or near mining sites. They therefore had an interest in keeping mining areas productive and relatively safe for miners. After the legislation, the militias sought to make up for reduced revenue in other ways.

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  • Conflict Minerals Business Human Rights Resource

    Conflict Minerals Business Human Rights Resource

    2019 12 13In depth areas DanWatch report on conflict minerals in Dem. Rep. Congo company responses US Conflict Minerals Trade Act 2009 Text reactions Lobbying seeking to undermine Dodd Frank conflict minerals legislation US Dodd Frank law reactions to SEC vote on conflict minerals, Aug 2012 Implementation of US Dodd Frank Act rule on conflict minerals Commentaries, guidance,

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  • Conflict Minerals Companies Still Struggling To Find

    Conflict Minerals Companies Still Struggling To Find

    2018 9 9Conflict minerals like tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold, sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo often end up in our cell phones and other electronics. Companies have worked on

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  • Conflict Minerals Or Conflict Policies PERC

    Conflict Minerals Or Conflict Policies PERC

    If minerals come from a conflict mining zone, then the buyer must report on the possibility that militias benefited from the purchases. While Section 1502 did not prohibit companies from purchasing minerals that originate in conflict mining zones, many observers agree that it acted as a de facto boycott of 3T minerals.

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  • Conflict Minerals Policy MITSUI MINING

    Conflict Minerals Policy MITSUI MINING

    Conflict minerals are defined as cassiterite, columbite tantalite, gold, wolframite, or their derivatives, or any other minerals or their derivatives determined by the Secretary of State to be financing conflict in the DRC or its adjoining countries Sourced by the section 1502 of the U.S. Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

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  • Conflict Minerals Policy Schaeffler Greater China

    Conflict Minerals Policy Schaeffler Greater China

    2019 10 24The Schaeffler Group has the aspiration to itself and its suppliers that all Schaeffler products are free of conflict minerals, sourced from entities, which directly or indirectly finance conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo, or surrounding countries and from mining operations in conflict affected and high risk areas.

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  • Conflict Minerals Policy Statement

    Conflict Minerals Policy Statement

    Magnetic Sensors Corporation MSC supports ending the violence and human rights violations in the mining of certain minerals from a location described as the Conflict Region, which is situated in the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC and surrounding countries of Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania ...

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  • Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Sparton Com

    Conflict Minerals Policy Statement Sparton Com

    2019 11 21Conflict Minerals Policy Statement On August 22, 2012, the Securities and Exchange Commission SEC published the final regulations implementing the conflict minerals reporting obligations of Section 1502 of the U.S. Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform Act the Act. Section 1502 of the Act requires, in part, SEC

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  • Conflict Minerals Policy Techtronic Industries

    Conflict Minerals Policy Techtronic Industries

    2018 2 27use conflict minerals in their products to disclose the source of such minerals OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains from Conflict Affected and High Risk Areas This Conflict Minerals policy applies to TTI, all its subsidiaries, including subsidiaries, joint ventures, and other related entities in which

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  • Conflict Minerals Used In IT Products Drive Wars And

    Conflict Minerals Used In IT Products Drive Wars And

    2019 11 30Conflict minerals used in IT products are known to fuel wars and human rights abuses. Unsafe mining methods also lead to severe health problems for workers and environmental degradation in the communities where they live.

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  • CSR Abroad Conflict Minerals Natural Resources

    CSR Abroad Conflict Minerals Natural Resources

    2019 11 29Mining companies, especially those operating in high conflict areas, have developed specific CSR practices that help ensure their operations are not contributing to illicit activities associated with conflict minerals. Below are some examples of how Canadian mining and exploration companies have addressed the challenges linked to conflict minerals

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