Tulane University to Present Key Conflict Minerals Findings at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium

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Tulane University to Present Key Conflict Minerals Findings at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium

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Tuesday, August 6, 2013 - 11:10am

CAMPAIGN: Conflict Minerals

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Tulane University to present Conflict Minerals Burden Survey at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium.  This survey acts as a follow up to the October 2011 study, which analyzed the economic impact of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The latest study will now look at the realized impact affected companies are experiencing from conflict minerals legislation. 

With Conflict Minerals awareness at an all time high as we approach the one-year anniversary of the Final Ruling, companies have done their research and are now beginning to implement their compliance programs.  Now we are seeing a movement towards the future of supply chain in our ever connected, global economy and global brands want to know what is next.

The Global Conflict Minerals Symposium, taking place August 21-22 in Los Angeles, California will provide senior corporate and compliance executives, regulatory officials from across the globe, leading academia and NGO officers with a forum to share their practical experience, insights, and vision for achieving conflict free sourcing practices globally with the implementation of effective regulations.

If you would like to attend the Symposium, recommend a speaker (including yourself), or suggest a topic for discussion to our diverse cross-section of speakers including Government, Private Industry, Academia and Non-governmental organizations, please CLICK HERE.

To find out more about the Global Conflict Minerals Symposium, CLICK HERE.

Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Conflict Minerals | Conflict Minerals Compliance | Conflict Minerals Solution | Corporate Ethics | Corporate Social Responsibility | Diversity & Inclusion | Education | Energy | Environment | Events, Media & Communications

CAMPAIGN: Conflict Minerals

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