Monthly Archives: May 2014

Conflict Minerals and Mandatory Disclosure, Part II

In Part I of this post, I wrote about the momentum toward mandatory human rights disclosure in the US, as relates specifically to conflict minerals.  But the US is not acting alone.  Countries around the world are adopting their own … Continue reading

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Conflict Minerals Case Affirms Inevitability of Human Rights Disclosure

posted by Nicole Santiago, Northeastern University School of Law During my co-op at the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR), one of my focus areas has been corporate transparency.  ICAR believes – and I strongly agree – that companies have a … Continue reading

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Colombia Part II

This blog post is part II in a continuing series of posts about my recent trip to Colombia. For Part I, scroll back in the blog to April, 2014.   My first stop was Bogotá, which would serve as a … Continue reading

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