Same but different? - What are the ‘ties that bind’ the oil, gas and mining sectors in Africa? Why have the in-house legal communities across these industries not traditionally networked and shared best practice?
March towards Accountability - ESG, Climate-Related, Financial, Diversity, Community Impact… Our panel dissects various approaches and options in handling the disclosure burden.
The Human Touch - Discover how sensible capital deployment and meaningful outreach can ensure that community and societal issues are headed off well in advance of the courtroom.
Renewable Energy in the Extractives Sector - Are in-house lawyers keeping pace with the opportunities on offer from recent advancements in energy and sustainability?
Dinner Party Defence (Sponsored by Fulcrum) - Our panel looks at how in-house counsel and their businesses should be looking at proactive solutions to the sector’s image problem.
Leading in addressing these hot-topics are a cohort of industry leading professionals including;
Daniel Driscoll, Vice-President Legal & Compliance, Endeavour Mining
Jasmine Abrahams, Group Head of Sustainability, Ivanhoe Mines
Aviona Mabaso, Senior Specialist: Legal, Africa Region at AngloGold Ashanti
Hermien Uys, General Counsel, Vedanta Zinc International
Andrew Irvine, Legal and Corporate Engagement Manager, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
We are also thrilled to announce that Jacqueline Musiitwa, Founder and Director of Kalene Hill Resources, will be bringing her vast industry experience to the event as co-chairperson.
Commenting on the event, Jacqueline said;
“The conference will be an opportunity to hear from experts in the extractives sector and start a conversation and better yet move to potential to collaborate on cutting edge legal and societal issues. Prepare yourself to be challenged to use your various platforms to find solutions to some of the sectors’ most pressing issues.”
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