Ben Radley

Ben Radley has been living and working in Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, managing the implementation of a labour and human rights programmes with a special focus on artisanal mining. Currently, he is producing Obama’s Law, a feature-length documentary exploring the unintended consequences of social media activism through the lens of the global conflict mineral campaign, which connects the smartphone in your pocket to the conflict in the Congo. He is an activist and proud Welshman (despite the undeniable English accent), now living in Geneva. Specialist Areas – African Great Lakes, artisanal mining, development, the international labour movement, labour rights, artificial Welshness

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