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The mining industry is under greater pressure to demonstrate that it can extract raw materials in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. The Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA) places particular emphasis on the participation of mining-affected communities and respect for the rights of indigenous communities. Is this just another fig leaf for the industry to continue as before, or are there real chances to be able to implement the Right To Say No – not only for indigenous people?
However, one challenge is that communities can also articulate and implement their own alternatives. To this end, the feminist organization WoMin supports community activists, especially women, to organize themselves and to have access to information and knowledge. In our online event, we will highlight and discuss these perspectives and approaches.
• Georgine Kengne Djeutane, Consent and the Right to Say No Coordinator, WoMin African Alliance
• Aimee Boulanger, Executive Director Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA)
Moderation: Tilman Massa, Association of Ethical Shareholders Germany
Saturday, October 15, 2022, 3-4 pm Central European Summer Time, online via Zoom
Language: English (simultaneous interpretation into German optional)
• Association of Ethical Shareholders Germany
• Bread for the World
The event will take place as part of the Alternative Raw Materials Week 2022, see also: https://ak-rohstoffe.de/veranstaltung/verantwortungsvoller-bergbau-und-das-recht-nein-zu-sagen/