Structure

The federation is based in Brussels and holds membership meetings twice a year. Its working committees and groups meet regularly throughout the year. Its major activities cover the areas of environment, resource access, climate change, health & safety, social dialogue, R&D, sustainable development and international co-operations.

Euromines Committees:

  • Environment Committee
  • Health & Safety Committee
  • Communication Committee
  • Policy Committee
  • Gold Mining Assembly
  • Magnesite Producers Assembly
  • Task Force on Critical Raw Materials

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Euromines provides a formal platform in which the members evaluate the impact of European and International policies and legislation on the industry and define common positions and actions.