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Participation

The PPA is comprised of Participants from corporate, government, and civil society sectors. PPA Participants are committed to collaboratively achieving the objectives of the PPA. Multi-stakeholder representation is one the primary strengths of the PPA and key attribute of decision-making. PPA members experience many benefits associated with participation, outlined here.

The PPA encourages interested organizations to inquire about membership. The PPA membership process includes an expression of interest, a due diligence process, signature of the M.O.U., and other process requirements. If your organization is interested in PPA participation, please contact ppai...@resolv.org. Below are links to the PPA MOU and Expression of Intent and a list of participating organizations.

  • PPA Expression of Intent (EN) - The Expression of Intent document is a vehicle for organizations to indicate their interest in joining the PPA, pending full review and signature of the Memorandum of Understanding. In addition to indicating your organization’s interest, this document outlines the membership process. Completed and signed forms should be returned to Taylor Kennedy at RESOLVE.
  • PPA Memorandum of Understanding (EN), Protocole d’Accord (FR) - The PPA Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is the official document for review and signature by all prospective Participants. Participants who would like to take part in the PPA are asked to review and return the signed document to Taylor Kennedy at RESOLVE.

PPA Participants

Acer iTSCi Secretariat
Advanced Micro Devices Jewish World Watch
Africa Faith and Justice Network Microsoft
Apple Motorola Solutions
AT&T Nokia
BlackBerry NVIDIA
Boeing Pact
Bureau d’Etudes Scientifiques et Techniques PAMP
Centre National d’Appui au Développement et à la Participation Populaire Panasonic
Dell Partnership Africa Canada
Diamond Development Initiative Qualcomm
Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition RESOLVE
Enough Project Responsible Sourcing Network
Ford Motor Company Sony
General Electric Sprint
Global Advanced Metals Telefonica
Global e-Sustainability Initiative Toshiba
Global Witness Toyota
H.C. Starck USAID
Hewlett-Packard Company US Department of State
Intel Verizon Communications
International Conference on the Great Lakes Region World Gold Council
International Organization for Migration
International Peace Information Service

 

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