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Posted by Enough Team on Nov 10, 2014
Editor's Note: This post was written by Enough Project intern Ann Anosike. For nearly two decades, eastern Congo has been vexed by widespread violence and atrocities that threaten regional stability...
Posted by Enough Team on Oct 30, 2014
Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act has been a primary driver of corporate and regional policy change on conflict minerals in the Democratic Republic of...
“The key to all social movements is [having] allies.” This observation, made by student activist and Conflict-Free Campus Initiative leader Roxanne Rahnama, encapsulates the theme of a series of...
Posted by Annie Callaway on Sep 25, 2014
“The key to all social movements is [having] allies.” This observation, made by student activist and Conflict-Free Campus Initiative leader Roxanne Rahnama, encapsulates the theme of a series of...
Posted by Annie Callaway on Sep 16, 2014
On September 24th, the Canadian House of Commons will hold a Second Reading vote on Bill C-486: The Conflict Minerals Act. The passage of C-486 would reinforce growing international attention and...

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