Towards a tech future free from human rights abuses

By |junij 8th, 2017|conflict minerals, electronics, News|

Minerals are vital for many cutting edge technologies but often they leave a legacy of conflict and slavery. Responsible sourcing and human rights must be placed at the heart of modern business ethics, write Nele Meyer and Lucy Graham.

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MEPs demand tough rules for textiles importers

By |april 28th, 2017|conflict minerals, corporate responsibility, News, textiles, working conditions|

The European Parliament has called for strict, binding legislation governing textiles imported to the EU, to crack down on the kinds of abuses brought to light by the 2013 Rana Plaza disaster, in which more than 1,100 people died.

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Parliament adopts binding law on conflict minerals

By |marec 16th, 2017|Africa, conflict minerals, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dodd-Frank, Franck Proust, News, Tokia Saïfi, United States, Yannick Jadot|

MEPs today (16 March) adopted a new law obliging importers of minerals to ensure that their business does not contribute to armed conflicts in certain areas of the world. EURACTIV France reports.

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