Conflict Minerals

Portland, Oregon Passes Conflict-Free City Resolution

Portland, ORActivists and policymakers are celebrating the Portland City Council’s vote today to enact a policy to ensure that cellular devices and other key communication equipment purchased by the city are not connected to killing, child abductions, or sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Come Clean For Congo (Again) Video Contest

Event Date: Apr 15, 2010

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Over 140 Mines in Congo are Now Officially Conflict-Free: the Latest List

Tantalum Miners in DRCThis post was written by Enough Project Associate Director of Policy, Sasha Lezhnev.

Growing My Wings

Editor's Note: This post was written by Jake Littman, a 2015 graduate of SUNY Stony Brook.

Growing My Wings

Editor's Note: This post was written by Jake Littman, a 2015 graduate of SUNY Stony Brook.

Companies Mark Major Benchmark, Support a Conflict-free Minerals Trade in Congo

Photo: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission building, D.C./Wikimedia CommonsToday marks the deadline for publicly traded companies in the United States to disclose the potential presence of conflict minerals in their supply chains, and what they’re doing about it.

Companies Mark Major Benchmark, Support a Conflict-Free Minerals Trade in Congo

Today marks the deadline for publicly traded companies in the United States to disclose the potential presence of conflict minerals in their supply chains, and what they’re doing about it.

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