Conflict Minerals Update

Editor's Note: This is the first post in a series on a surge of violence against civilians in Beni territory and increasing tensions between the local populations and the authorities meant to protect...
Editor's Note: This blog was written by Holly Dranginis and Sasha Lezhnev and originally appeared on ThinkProgress. The armed conflict in eastern Congo that has killed over 5.4 million people is...
In an op-ed featured on The Daily Beast, John Prendergast is raising the challenge to stop the flow of conflict minerals – and making the case that doing so is fundamental to stopping the decades-...
Posted by Enough Team on Nov 18, 2014
Editor's Note: Enough Project intern Jasper Kubasek contribited to this post. In a new report, “How to Dismantle a Deadly Militia” the Enough Project sets out seven key non-military approaches to...
Posted by Annie Callaway on Nov 13, 2014
On May 20th, 2014, the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) Academic Senate passed a conflict minerals resolution, making Cal Poly the 17th school to go conflict-free. Below is the...

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