Conflict minerals out of the rabbit hole: Tracing the untraceable? 28 Nov, #conflictminerals

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28 November 2017

Interested in the global trade and sourcing of minerals?

As the new EU Conflict Minerals Regulation enters into force in January 2021, for all imports of these minerals due diligence should confirm their responsible sourcing. What does it mean and how does it work? Who in the supply chain needs to be involved? Who is responsible for checking compliance? How are the companies working toward the 2021 deadline?

Join us to get answers to these questions and even more!

Places are limited so please be sure to register as soon as possible.

Over the past few years the EU has set high standards for the transparent and responsible sourcing of minerals, particularly for tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold - minerals that have sometimes financed armed conflicts or led to human rights abuse.

In a one and a half hour panel debate, we bring together upstream and downstream actors in the value chain, as well as policy makers, to share ideas, best practices and workable solutions.


Moderated by Dr. Adriana Jalba, Director of Chemicals Practice at Cambre Associates

We look forward to welcoming you with coffee and croissants!

The Cambre team

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