How do you define blood diamonds? It’s been on consumers’ minds as well, and they are demanding a clear answer from the industry.
Blood diamonds are diamonds involved in torture or slavery. There is no justification for the buying and selling of blood diamonds.
Blood Diamonds are diamonds involved in physical torture. Yes, they exist. Are you buying and selling them?
Position of the diamond industry organizations in relation to the Kimberley Process.
For decades Global Witness has exposed how diamonds and other minerals have fueled armed conflict and human rights abuses.
The integrity of the jewellery supply chain is the raison d’etre of the RJC.
Industry’s focus must be on building new tools to address new challenges, not tearing down old ones.
Signet’s rigorous approach to transparency ensures every diamond we sell is conflict free and free from human rights abuse.
Tiffany & Co. remains strongly committed to the responsible sourcing of all our diamonds.
The diamond industry has always been at the forefront of its supply chain regulation and integrity.
We appreciate the opportunity to share the steps that the USJC is taking to keep conflict diamonds out of the legitimate diamond and jewelry supply chain.
In this FAQ, Rapaport explains the role of the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign assets control (OFAC) and customs regulations
In the pages of this magazine, many jewelry industry authorities have opined about what should be done to solve the problem of human rights abuses in the jewelry supply chain.
The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) provides the industry with tools to step up its commitment to ethical behavior and working conditions.
Rapaport’s social responsibility directory.
While the diamond sector’s negative side may appear more prominent to the world, there are many companies and organizations making sure diamonds are a force for good.