Join thought leaders to explore designing and adapting “best practices” to fit different social and geographic contexts: facilitating improved practices in the ASM sector and reduce misunderstanding, conflict and violence where ASM and LSM meet. Front and center are the formalisation of ASM and the distribution of risk, while incentivising and increasing more environmentally and socially responsible mining.
Women make up 30% of the world’s artisanal mining workforce. Even though governments, donors, NGOs, and the private sector have made pledges to promote women’s participation in the sector, many well-intentioned projects and policies fail to analyze the negative affects they may have on women at the mine site and in the community. Some initiatives […]
Comment préparer votre entreprise à l’entrée en vigueur en 2021 du Règlement sur les minerais provenant des zones de conflit de l’OCDE?
Join Iris Van der Veken, Executive Director at Responsible Minerals 2020 with Responsible Business Alliance to discuss enhanced efforts around transparency and progressive Due Diligence in the gold sector to support responsible sourcing of gold.
Join Iris Van der Veken, Executive Director as she discusses the importance of translating shared visions and principles into roadmaps and collaborative actions to accelerate the transition towards a more sustainable world at the European Roundtable – Sector Sustainability Visions and Roadmaps.
A discussion with industry leaders on preventing exploitation in the gold and diamond supply chains.
Gold jewellery accounts for nearly 60% of global gold demand. As part of our Virtual Summit Series, a group of gold industry experts and influencers review the impact of COVID-19 on the gold jewellery supply chain, how the industry will be affected in the future, and how it can deal with the growing pressure to support artisanal gold mining.
Responsible Jewellery Council, joined business leaders from across the world, as we come together virtually to pledge our commitment to a Decade of Action. In the journey towards 2030, we all need to become activists – reimagining, redefining and, ultimately, delivering the kind of future and world we all want.