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Best of 2018: Publications and Blogs

Best of 2018: Publications and Blogs

January 2, 2019, by Jack Cooper

 

Estelle Levin-Nally Chairing Session on Forest-Smart Mining at the IGF AGM

Estelle Levin-Nally Chairing Session on Forest-Smart Mining at the IGF AGM

October 8, 2018, by Jack Cooper

​​Levin Sources' Director Estelle Levin-Nally is chairing a session at the Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF) Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Geneva on Wednesday 17th October 2018.

#WorldGorillaDay State of the Apes: Extractive Industries and Ape Conservation

#WorldGorillaDay State of the Apes: Extractive Industries and Ape Conservation

September 24, 2018, by Jack Cooper

​This World Gorilla Day​, we're pleased to share a publication and video on the relationship between Artisanal and Small-scale Mining (ASM) and ape conservation.​

Public Consultation on the Draft of the Revised RCM for the ICGLR

Public Consultation on the Draft of the Revised RCM for the ICGLR

August 8, 2018, by Adam Rolfe

The public consultation for the draft revised RCM Manual is open from 8 August 2018 to 7 October 2018. Download the draft manual and consultation form in English and French here.

Levin Sources at 'Fair Luxury at the RCA'

Levin Sources at 'Fair Luxury at the RCA'

June 27, 2018, by Jack Cooper

Estelle Levin-Nally, Director Levin Sources, is speaking at the upcoming 'Fair Luxury at the RCA' event in London, an opportunity for anyone working in or connected to the jewellery industry to hear about and discuss the opportunities and issues surrounding ethical sourcing.

Levin Sources' Victoria Gronwald on Gender Mainstreaming in the Kimberley Process at European Development Days 2018

Levin Sources' Victoria Gronwald on Gender Mainstreaming in the Kimberley Process at European Development Days 2018

June 26, 2018, by Jack Cooper

As part of the European Development Days​ in June 2018, Levin Sources' Victoria Gronwald joined a European Commission and GIZ-organised panel to discuss how multi-stakeholder partnerships like the Kimberley Process can further mainstream gender into their work and governance structures.

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