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Banro mining site in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Image: Flickr/USAID U.S. Agency for International Development
Yves Engler | The Globe's failure to even mention Canada's role in impoverishing Congo reflects its bias and helps to explain why Canadians are so confused about their country's role in the world.
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Banro mining site in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Yves Engler | Banro operates in a region that's seen incredible violence over the past two decades and the secretive company has been accused of fuelling the conflict.
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Chantal Bilulu, Coordinator of the Women and Children’s Program for Héritiers de
Chantal Bilulu | For Héritiers de la Justice, the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence is a great opportunity to empower Congolese women to speak out about sexual violence and to awaken their fellow sisters.
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Karl Nerenberg | NDP MP Paul Dewar's private member's bill would have forced Canadian companies to exercise 'due diligence' when dealing with 'conflict minerals' that end up in our cell phones and on store shelves.
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Karl Nerenberg | While receiving much praise for renewing the so-called Muskoka Initiative, Harper is killing or de-funding other valuable women's initiatives, both in Canada and abroad.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Rape has been used as a weapon in the conflict in Congo in unprecedented ways. Jill Trenhom says the war is driven by a quest for the resources needed for computers and mobile phones.
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The Blackberry 10. (Photo: Martin uit Utrecht / flickr)
John Lewis, Jim Davis | In all the hype there is one important question that has not been asked: can RIM assure customers that its products are free of conflict minerals?
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MONUC peacekeepers in shooting exercise. Photo: Martine Perret
Gerry Caplan | What do we do when those we entrust with our greatest hopes betray that trust? If the betrayers are United Nations peacekeepers, the answer seem to be nothing at all.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Eve Ensler, author of "The Vagina Monologues," sat down with me last week in the midst of her battle with uterine cancer, to talk about New Orleans and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | A viral video spoof of infamous Apple's "Get a Mac" ads reveals that Mac and PC share dirty secrets.
Podcast
Sean Mullen | The Democratic Republic of the Congo has suffered from a resource-fueled conflict that has cost millions of lives.
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UN
rabbleTV | UN attends "Ruined," a drama focusing on sexual abuse in the Democratic Republic of Congo