Final steps to put an end to complicity in funding conflicts:

Written by  CIDSE

Final steps to put an end to complicity in funding conflicts:
02 March 2016

Final steps to put an end to complicity in funding conflicts: EU leaders must agree on mandatory, comprehensive supply chain due diligence
CIDSE Briefing, February 2016 (available in English, French and Italian)


During the Trialogue negotiations, European Member States, the European Commission and Members of the European Parliament have a moral obligation to stand strongly for an effective regulation that will truly help end violent conflicts connected to natural resources, while giving guarantees to citizens that they are not complicit through their purchases.

Contact: Stefan Reinhold, Advocacy Coordinator on conflict minerals, CIDSE (Reinhold(at)cidse.org).


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