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March 20, 2011

Global Development Dinner: David Pankratz

BLOOD PHONES
Responsible & Ethical Mining 
Coltan mining in Congo
Saturday, March 26 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
at Mondragon, 91 Albert Street.

$5.00 Cover Charge
Free: Coffee, Tea & Desserts
Mondragon's organic & fair trade menu will be available for purchase. 
Seating is limited.

Coltan is a mineral that is required in multiple electronic devices such as cellphones. It is mined using questionable mining practices.

Join Accountable Development Works as they address ways to mitigate the negative effects of mining and learn how to act constructively towards ethical mining. 


David Pankratz is the current director of the Institute for Community Peacebuilding at Canadian Mennonite University. David has done financially-related work with the Mennonite Central Committee and other organizations in about 30 countries. 
In 2003 he began his involvement in peace building, organizing a variety of activities promoting peace between different groups, and is now a respected authority in this area.

Please contact dinnerseries@accountabledev.com with questions or concerns.

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