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A Guide for Governments, Companies & Practitioners to Support Women’s Rights and Mitigate Gender Risks During OECD Due Diligence Implementation

The development potential of conflict-free mineral supply chains is now firmly recognised, however, for this potential to be fully realised, men and women need to benefit equally from mineral production and trade. Women’s critical role – and the unique risks and challenges they face – need to be made visible to support more equitable development gains. This guide outlines 10 strategies to strengthen risk mitigation strategies during OECD Due Diligence Implementation.

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