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Don’t be left out of Source Intelligence’s December 4th Conflict Minerals Webinar
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With only 2 days left until Source Intelligence’s end of the year Webinar, registration spots are filling up fast.  Don’t deprive your company of vital information from industry experts about preparing your conflict minerals report and streamlining your compliance program.

Jordan Groves: Build Vs Buy

Jordan Groves' presentation from Source Intelligence's Virtual Symposium
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In preparation for their December 4th webinar on conflict minerals filing challenges, Source Intelligence is releasing an excerpt from their virtual conflict minerals symposium.  The presentation by Jordan Groves is entitled, "Build Vs Buy" and discusses the pros and cons of self reporting vs hiring outside help to file a conflict minerals report.

As an incentive for companies that attend the upcoming webinar, a link to a new white paper about the subject of building vs buying will also be distributed.

Conflict-Free Mining Has Positive Impact in Community

After less than a year, benefits of local trade changes in the DRC can already be seen
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In a unique move by authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) last December, 70% of tax revenue created by mineral exports is now returned to local territories to be used on the communities.  This money is a reward to production territories for having mines that are involved in the conflict-free mineral trade and is to be used by them for development of their own business plans, such as the construction of a local community hall.

Conflict Minerals Filing Challenges Answered by Expert Panel

Source Intelligence offers complementary webinar on December 4th
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With the conclusion of Source Intelligence’s Virtual Conflict Minerals Symposium series, many questions have been issued regarding corporate sustainability, regulatory compliance and social responsibly initiatives.

One Month Until Conflict Minerals Reporting Period Ends. Are you Prepared to File?

Webinar to answer your questions needed to file
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With the conclusion of Source Intelligence’s Virtual Conflict Minerals Symposium series, many questions have been issued regarding corporate sustainability, regulatory compliance and social responsibly initiatives.

Gold: Top DRC Conflict Mineral

New report shows that gold is the most sought after mineral in the Eastern Congo
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In a new report, the International Peace Information Service (IPIS) has reported that out of the 800 mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), 200 are involved with armed groups and 265 are involved with the army.  Both of which impose illegal taxes on miners. Many of these mines are gold producing, which are targeted by the armed groups because of the hike in price of gold and the ease of smuggling gold.

Michael Littenberg: Practical Tips For Successfully Completing Your First Reporting

Michael Littenberg's presentation from Source Intelligence's Virtual Symposium
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Part of Source Intelligence's Virtual Symposium, Michael Littenberg's presentation is entitled, "Practical Tips For Successfully Completing Your First Reporting."

CSRHub’s Cynthia Figge Speaking at EarthShift Webinar, Using Benchmarking to Evaluate Suppliers

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CSRHub’s Cynthia Figge will be leading a ‘brown bag’ webinar for EarthShift called Using Benchmarking to Evaluate Suppliers, on November 20th from 1 - 2:00pm ET.  

EarthShift is offering a series of weekly 'brown bag' webinars. These are free webinars covering a wide range of topics and delivered by leaders in their respective fields.  

Your Conflict Minerals Reporting Questions Answered in Webinar

Source Intelligence to answer your companies questions in preparation for the end of the conflict minerals reporting period on December 31, 2013
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With the conclusion of Source Intelligence’s Virtual Conflict Minerals Symposium series, many questions have been issued regarding corporate sustainability, regulatory compliance and social responsibly initiatives.

The Emergence of Corporate Due Diligence and Transparency Reporting

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In a recent article on CSRwire, compliance advisor, Brad Brooks-Rubin discusses the evolution in supply chain regulations that is more focused on due diligence, rather than particular results.  He explains that the due diligence process does not look to penalize companies for a bad outcome, but instead punishes them for not trying to avoid that outcome.  This process is best illustrated

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