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Gender Equality: CIDSE's Understanding and Definition - Standing for the equal dignity of women and men
CIDSE discussion paper, December 2014 (available in EN/DE/ES/FR)
Many electronic products sold by European companies are derived from natural resources that fuel violence in countries around the world.
“We need supply chain due diligence to stop complicity in funding conflicts” – Catholic leaders’ statement supported by CIDSE, October 2014, updated in May 2015 (available in EN – DE – ES – FR)
In March, the European Commission proposed legislation that aims to prevent European companies’ mineral purchases from financing conflict or human rights abuses. Mgr. Maroy, Archbishop of Bukavu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo), visited Brussels and spoke about whether EU legislation can bring changes for the good of humanity. (Article in EN - FR - DE)
A law proposed by the European Commission on responsible sourcing of minerals is not strong enough to prevent European companies’ mineral purchases from financing conflict or human rights abuses, and falls far short of expectations, campaigners said today.
Country-by-Country reporting requirements for corporations - a contribution to strengthening public finances in countries in the Global South. A Working Paper by Misereor, Global Policy Forum and Brot für die Welt, January 2014. (English summary - full report available in German)
Zahlreiche südafrikanische Partner von MISEREOR würdigen die Verdienste von Nelson Mandela um den Frieden und die Versöhnung in seinem Land.
Mobile phones, computers, cars: three everyday products that contain minerals sourced outside Europe. Do consumers know of the links between conflicts and minerals?
MISEREOR has interviewed two partners from South Africa, Merwyn Abrahams, director of PACSA, an organisation for human rights and social justice, and Fawzia Naidoo of the organisation Thabiso Skills.