Our experts detail six reasons why Artisanal and Small-scale Mining (ASM) communities need to be at the heart of the minerals sector's COVID-19 response.
Read sector Insights into how LSM and ASM relationships could move beyond risk management towards positive impact and how donor-funded programmes could provide avenues for reduced-risk engagement with ASM by LSM companies.
Covid-19: what impact for ASM and responsible sourcing? Our experts analyse the situation so far.
Our Responsible Sourcing Training provides you with a concrete understanding of how to implement due diligence in your organisation, on a budget and with limited resources.
A message from our Founder and CEO
Learn about the Women’s Rights and Mining (WRM)-OECD Gender Statement, why Levin Sources decided to become a signatory and our commitment to gender equality in the minerals sector.
Why are ASM and LSM often perceived as competing against each other? In this first post of our "Understanding the ASM-LSM relationship" Series, ASM specialist Angela Jorns explores the different risk perspectives of LSM and ASM.
We explore key ASM trends and ways companies and governments can deal with them. A preview of the Mining Indaba 2020 ASM panel chaired by Estelle Levin-Nally.
As a social enterprise, Levin Sources is committed to clean growth and to going beyond compliance in relation to our environmental and social performance. Today, we are encouraging other companies and organisations to do the same by unveiling our Environmental Policy.
read how listening to the miners’ motivations for choosing ASM, and witnessing the daily risks they face, leads Chloe Jacot to question if prevalent notions of ‘responsible sourcing’ are properly inclusive of artisanal mining communities.
Grania Cooke shares what she learnt about working for a sustainable mining consultancy during her Summer 2019 work experience.
Insights from the Nairobi forum, including the latest coloured gemstone jewellery trends, the challenges and success of value addition, and the status of efforts to improve gender equality and environmental management in the sector.