Below you will find a link to the presentation, as well as links to industry associations, non-profit organizations and relevant reports that provide additional background, insight and analysis of the conflict minerals issue, the Dodd-Frank Act and their impact on the supply chain.
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Conflict Minerals in the Supply Chain — presentation (PDF, 1.1MB)
- IPC - Association Connecting Electronics Industries
- Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC)
- Global eSustainability Initiative (GeSI)
- Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
NGOs / Consultancies
- Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (PDF, 1.8MB)
- From Mine to Mobile Phone - The Conflict Minerals Supply Chain (Enough Project, PDF, 438KB)
- Social and Environmental Responsibility in Metals Supply to the Electronic Industry (Report prepared for EICC/GeSI, PDF, 1.7MB)
- "Faced with a gun, what can you do?" War and the Militarization of Mining in Eastern Congo (Global Witness, PDF, 3.8MB)
- Due Diligence Guidance For Responsible Supply Chain Management Of Minerals From Conflict-Affected And High-Risk Areas (OECD Report, Word format, 2.5MB)
- Tracing a Path Forward: A Study of the Challenges of the Supply Chain for Target Metals Used in Electronics (RESOLVE Report, PDF, 1.4MB)
- A Comprehensive Approach to Congo's Conflict Minerals (Enough Project, PDF, 1.6MB)