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NIAS Creative Campus May 8, 2019
Britain’s role in Improving Transparency within the DRC Coltan Supply Chains

Finding a solution to the problems of conflict minerals in the DRC Congo is complex. Incentivising corporations involved to tow the line of transparency and accountability is fraught with difficulties because of the landscape, the industrial significance of the mineral and profits available. In Europe, the OECD Due Diligence Guidance on Responsible Supply Chains perhaps lacks the bite it needs to compel positive behaviour on the part of major actors. What about the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the DRC’s new mining code? Do they have the relevant bite? What is the best way forward?

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Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square March 21, 2019
The New Pan-Africanism: Globalism and the Nation State in Africa

Join the discussion ‘The New Pan-Africanism’, hosted by the Royal African Society. Dr Michael Amoah will be presenting his ideas on globalism and its significant impact on African states. Date:…

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NIAS. 18-20 St John's Street, Clerkenwell March 15, 2019
Jackson Shuri exhibition

NIAS welcomes Jamaican born and US based artist Jackson Shuri, who will be exhibiting her work at here until March 15th. 

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