MSV, hosted by the CIPE, will be holding a roundtable in Washington, D.C. to talk about its impacts to date across the global mining system, and looks forward to talking with attending organizations about directions to take, and futures to make, with stakeholders interested in mining and development.
Mining Shared V seeks to scale-up its capacities for positively influencing the global mining system by reaching out to an international stakeholder base. It is currently in a unique position to push for industry-wide understanding and action on local procurement through establishing partnerships across sectors. Working with global players, including the World Bank, International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), and bilateral aid organizations including the German development agency (GIZ), Mining Shared Value has placed itself at the heart of global debates on natural resource governance, but must reach out further to bridge the gaps between research and practical implementation in the industry.
Introduction by CIPE
Jeff Geipel, Founder and Managing Director, Mining Shared Value
Karl-Axel Waplan, Chair of the Mining Shared Value Advisory Council – via video stream
Warwick Strong, MSV Advisory Council Member, DAI
Frederick Peters, Principal, The Sector, Inc.
When: Mon Jan. 22
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Address: 1211 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
Washington DC,US 20036
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