Mickaël Daudin is Pact’s Program Manager of the International Tin Supply Chain Initiative (ITSCI) in the Great Lakes Region, covering the DRC, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda. The ITSCI traceability and due diligence Programme establishes traceability in the upstream mineral chain for 3T (tin, tantalum, tungsten) minerals in the Great Lakes Region and assists companies to perform due diligence in compliance with the Dodd-Frank Act and the EU Regulation on Conflict Minerals and in line with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance. Mickaël is an expert in due diligence for mineral supply chains in conflict-affected and high-risk areas and in risk assessment and mitigation. Mickaël also leads Pact’s engagement with the Voluntary Principles Initiative on Security and Human Rights, of which Pact is a founding member. Prior to Pact, Mickaël worked as an advocate to the German government for Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) on campaigns focused on promoting access to essential medicines and raising funds for MSF. He holds a Master of Arts in Global Studies (International Relations, Global History, Regional Studies, and Social Sciences) from the Universities of Leipzig (Germany) and Wroclaw (Poland). A native of France and currently based in Berlin, he speaks fluent French, English, German, and Spanish, and is currently learning Mandarin.