Neil Harby (CTO, LBMA) and Jennifer Peyser (Senior Mediator and Director of Ethical Resource Program, RESOLVE) discuss the LBMA and OECD’s recent Call to Action, before turning their attention to the importance of ASM to LBMA, why we’re getting involved and what issues are being faced in the current global environment. Neil and Jennifer assess the action already being taken across the industry, such as supporting reliant communities, and the future of ASM.
Jennifer presented the findings of the CRAFT Code, published with the Alliance for Responsible Mining, which looks to bridge the gap for ASM workers engaging in formal trade and helps to expand trade between legitimate ASM producers and refiners, banks and other supply chain actors.
This webinar is CPD Accredited. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Switzerland's Public & Private Support for ASM
Neil Harby (LBMA), Diana Culillas (SBGA), Jose Ramon Camino (Metalor), and Monica Rubiolo (SECO) look at the complexities and challenges of artisanal and small-scale mining, explore the effective initiatives currently taking place, and reflect on the key factors necessary for cooperation across the supply chain.
Responsible Sourcing of ASM Materials: From Risk to Opportunity
Susannah McLaren (LBMA), Joanne Lebert (IMPACT) and Luke Fiske (Queen's University) discussed how risk is perceived, how it can be detrimental to ASM, and provide suggestions on how to positively redirect the perception of risk.
The CRAFT Code
Neil Harby (LBMA), Kevin Telmer (Artisanal Gold Council), and Matthew Chambers (ARM) Together, our panellists discuss Artisanal and Small-scale Mining in finer detail, explore the changes and challenges we have seen in the sector and discuss the notable developments and trends being observed.
Artisanal Small-Scale Mining
The Gold Jewellery Industry in the Pandemic: Now and Future
As part of our Virtual Summit Series, a group of gold industry experts and influencers review the impact of COVID-19 on the gold jewellery supply chain, how the industry will be affected in the future, and how it can deal with the growing pressure to support artisanal gold mining.