Monthly Archives: September 2012

iPhone 5 and TED.com

Exciting news! Bandi Mbubi’s talk at TEDxExeter has just been released on TED.com, timed to coincide with the shipping of the iPhone 5. At this time, when HTC has also unveiled two Windows Phone 8 handsets, it is as well to remember what goes in to the making of these phones. Every mobile phone contains […]

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Roundtable at SOAS on Conflict Minerals

On Friday 21st September, Bandi Mbubi is taking part in a roundtable organised by the Centre for African Development and Security (CADS) in partnership with the School of Oriental and African Studies’ (SOAS) Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy. The Roundtable will bring together a number of advocacy and diaspora groups based in the UK […]

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The human network

Sashantiaa, the socially environmentally engaged blogger, has written an article “The human network: Congo Calling” about Bandi Mbubi’s talk in Berlin. ” It is amazing how sometimes when you’ve worked in such an intense proyect full of obstacles to overcome, suddenly everything fits into a perfect place. I got the notion of exactly why I […]

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Conflict Coltan in 3 minutes

Bandi Mbubi has recorded a short audio piece with a German freelance journalist, Anja Krieger. Listen to it on her blog.  

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