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Natural Resources and Conflicts

15 February 2011

Emmanuelle Devuyst Many countries in the world that are rich in natural resources are poorly developed and politically unstable. This apparent paradox has been the basis for the development of the economic theory of resource curse. Within the last 60 years, about 40% of internal conflicts have been fuelled by natural resources, and such...
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Corporate Social Responsibility in the Congolese mining companies

15 October 2010

Two events have prompted a field mission in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) as part of the project "Relational Peace Advocacy Network" (RPAN) of OCIPE in June 2010. First, the CEPAS, our partner in the Congo in the triangulation Brussels - Kinshasa and Washington, organized two workshops on social responsibility of extracting companies; and second,...
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