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'Goodness! Am I a sexist miner?'

Women-in-Mining (WIM) has published its bi-annual report on the 100 most inspirational women in mining around the world. Mining Journal discussed the findings with Amanda van Dyke, chairwoman of WIM at Mines and Money.

Cynthia Carroll: female role model

Cynthia Carroll: female role model

MJ: How did you decide who to include in the list? AV: There was an international nominations process. There are 30 Women in Mining groups all over the world. Our panel in London received 300 nominations...

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