Monthly Archives: October 2013

Panel at Said Business School, Oxford

On 8 October, Bandi Mbubi took part in a panel discussion at the Said Business School in Oxford. The format was Question Time style with a brief introductory conversation between the panelists, then questions from the students responding to the week’s events. It was curated and chaired by Leo Johnson of the BBC World Service. […]

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It is time to ask…

Another article about Congo Calling, on the Spanish public radio and TV website. The following is copied from the page as translated by Google Chrome, without any tweaking. Bandi Mbubi, Congo activist: “It is time to ask for fair trade technology” Calling Congo denounces the use of minerals from countries in conflict The Congo is […]

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Even electronics can be “bloody”…

An article about Congo Calling on the Czech radio website. The following is copied from the page as translated by Google Chrome, without any tweaking. Even electronics can be “bloody”. This might not know about cell phones … In the Western world, fair trade bananas, coffee or clothes, something absolutely normal. However, there are other […]

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MBA Lecture in Exeter

On 1 October, Bandi Mbubi gave a lecture to the One Planet MBA programme at the University of Exeter, School of Business. The title was “Congo, coltan and conflict”. Here is a photo of Bandi with the MBA students, taken after the lecture.

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