Addressing corruption risks in transition minerals supply chains through a multi-stakeholder approach
The session focused on how multi-stakeholder approaches can help to address corruption risks in transition minerals supply chains. We set the scene by explaining why a transition minerals boom leads to a higher risk of corruption and why it is important to address these risks. NRGI then presented its corruption diagnostic tool and highlighted its relevance for transition minerals (on corruption risks related to licensing, ASM etc.), including an example of a concrete use of the tool. This was followed by a discussion around how multi-stakeholder approaches can help address corruption in transition minerals supply chains, including other initiatives like the Countering Environmental Corruption Practitioners Forum. The session concluded with some broader anticorruption recommendations on transition minerals supply chains.
Dr. Mark Robinson, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, (EITI)
Matthieu Salomon, Natural Resource Governance Institute, (NRGI)
Jeff Geipel, Mining Shared Value, (MSV)
Yimin Yi, Global Witness
Jan Bollmann, GIZ
- Liz McGrath, NRGI