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PAC ISSUES REPORT ON NEW CERTIFICATION SCHEME FOR AFRICAN CONFLICT MINERALS
24 March 2011
Partnership Africa Canada (PAC) has published a new report outlining how to develop a regional certification mechanism for tracking high-value and conflict-prone minerals in Africa's Gr...
ICG REPORT: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC NEEDS URGENT REFORM OF MINING SECTOR
20 December 2010
Extreme poverty and armed conflict in the diamond-rich areas of the Central African Republic (CAR) put thousands of lives in danger and demand urgent reform of the mining sector, states...
NEW REPORT ON DRC CONFLICT MINERALS MAKES CASE FOR CERTIFICATION AND ARMY REFORM
24 October 2010
The Enough Project as has issued a new report titled "Congo's Enough Moment: The Case for Conflict Minerals Certification and Army Reform," which discusses the role of the United States...
GLOBAL WITNESS REPORT: KP'S MISSTEPS OF ZIMBABWE BRING A RETURN OF BLOOD DIAMONDS
14 June 2010
In a new report titled "Return of the Blood Diamond: The Deadly Race to Control Zimbabwe's New-Found Diamond Wealth," Global Witness takes aim at the Kimberley Process Certification Sch...
PAC: DIAMONDS USED BY ZIM GOVT PLAYERS IN INTERNAL POWER STRUGGLE
13 June 2010
A new Partnership Africa Canada (PAC) report titled "Diamonds and Clubs: The Militarized Control of Diamonds and Power in Zimbabwe" details the direct involvement of Zimbabwe President ...
PAC PUBLISHES DIAMONDS AND HUMAN SECURITY ANNUAL REVIEW 2009
15 October 2009
The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS), which regulates the world trade in rough diamonds, is failing, according to the 2009 edition of Partnership Africa Canada's Diamonds a...
BENCH MARKS FOUNDATION: DEBSWANA, GOVT. OF BOTSWANA MARGINALIZING LOCAL COMMUNITIES
23 September 2009
The Bench Marks Foundation, an international church-based NGO focusing on global corporate social responsibility, has published a report that accuses both the government of Botswana and...
GLOBAL WITNESS REPORT: INTL FIRMS FUEL 'CONFLICT MINERAL' VIOLENCE IN DRC
22 July 2009
European and Asian companies buying non-diamond minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are funding armed groups and fuelling the more than decade-long conflict, says a new...
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH: 'DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH: HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN THE MARANGE DIAMOND FIELDS OF ZIMBABWE'
28 June 2009
Zimbabwe's armed forces are engaging in the forced labor of children and adults, and are torturing and beating local villagers on the diamond fields of Marange district in eastern Zimba...
DUE DILIGENCE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DRC BUYERS AND MINERAL TRADERS
18 November 2008
Recommendations on due diligence for buyers and companies trading in minerals from eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and for their home governments
ASSESSMENT OF INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND AND WORLD BANK GROUP EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES TRANSPARENCY IMPLEMENTATION
29 October 2008
Global Witness report assessing the IMF and World Bank's implementation of transparency in extractive industries.
NGOS WARN OF ‘LOUPE HOLES' IN THE KIMBERLEY PROCESS
29 October 2008
Non-governmental organizations Global Witness and Partnership Africa Canada warn in a new report that the illicit trade in rough diamonds is one of the greatest threats facing the Kimbe...
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