EITI at Investing in Africa Mining Indaba 2022
Mining Indaba returned to the CTICC, Cape Town from 9-12 May 2022. Representatives from EITI took part in several high-level panels.
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The Investing in African Mining Indaba is one of Africa's largest mining events. The EITI took part in various panels throughout the week, speaking on governance and accountability frameworks, the importance of responsible and transparent supply chains through the energy transition, artisanal and small scale mining, and the use of gender data to promote a more inclusive and gender diverse mining sector.
Additionally, EITI co-hosted an event with the UK Government to showcase the launch of a new critical minerals policy brief. At Alternative Mining Indaba, we took part in a high-level panel on the link between the energy transition and the climate change crisis.
Read a speech delivered by EITI Executive Director Mark Robinson at the conference about how the global pandemic has shaped resource nationalism.
Monday, 9 May
Mark Robinson spoke at the Alternative Mining Indaba on a panel - The link between the energy transition and the climate change crisis - 10:30-12:30
Tuesday, 10 May
Joanne Jones spoke at the Intergovernmental Forum on Mining (IGF) - Gender and the mine of the future - 7:30-9:00
- Mark Robinson spoke on the panel - The Resource Nationalism challenge: How has the global pandemic shaped sovereign state views on resource nationalism and collaboration? - 12:05-12:50
- Bady Baldé spoke on the panel - Building Strong and Sustainable Accountability Frameworks – How to Improve Operating & Governmental Integrity? - 14:35-15:35
Wednesday, 11 May
- Joanne Jones spoke on the World Gold Council panel on mining and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues - 10:45-11:30
- Bady Baldé spoke on the panel - Public-Private alliances for responsible sourcing of African Minerals - 14:00-15:00
Thursday, 12 May
- Andrew Irvine spoke at the Panel Discussion - Working Together to Improve Governance in the Long-Term - 11:30-12:20