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Alexandre Jaillon

Evaluer l’impact des programmes de diligence raisonable dans l’est de la RDC

Durant la décennie précédente plusieurs programmes législatifs et de diligence raisonnable (PDR) ont été développés pour permettre de tracer l’origine des minerais et de certifier les minerais « libres de conflits ». Leur but est à la fois d’améliorer les conditions de vie des communautés minières et de réduire les violations des droits de l’homme dans des […]

Assessing the impact of due diligence programmes in Eastern DRC: A baseline study

French summary below Over the past decade, various legislative and due diligence programmes (DDP) have been developed to improve mining communities’ livelihoods and reduce human rights abuses in conflict affected and high- risk areas, with a special focus on the African Great Lakes region. Despite significant growth and investments in minerals certification and traceability schemes, […]

Ground-based incident reporting in eastern DRC

In January 2018, the European Partnership for Responsible Minerals (EPRM) granted IPIS funds to implement an independent, transparent and participatory platform for incident reporting and community empowerment in responsible sourcing in the Eastern DRC gold sector. This platform will contribute to improving transparency around follow-up and resolution of incidents in cooperation with relevant stakeholders. IPIS […]

Ground-based incident reporting in Eastern DRC

In January 2018, IPIS and its partner CEGEMI (a Bukavu-based research institute) launched a two-year project founded by EPRM to advance incident reporting and community participation in responsible sourcing through cooperative and CSO capacity enhancement in Eastern DR Congo gold sector. “First field visit to identify potential cooperative to be part of project activities.” Copyright: […]

Interactive map of artisanal mining exploitation in eastern DR Congo – 2018 update

Résumé français ci-dessous – French summary below IPIS launches a major update of it’s DRC webmap displaying data on more then 2400 artisanal mining sites in eastern DRC and more then 800 roadblocks. Since December 2016, IPIS teams have visited more then 500 artisanal mines in eastern DRC, gathering data that has been added to […]