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15 October 2019

Kimberley Process Civil Society Coalition's report raises serious allegation of human rights abuse; incl. co non-response

A report recently published by the Kimberley Process Civil Society Coalition alleges that up to today brutal human rights abuses, including killings, torture and sexual violence, continue to occur in certain diamond mining areas on the African...

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Company non-response
15 October 2019

Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company did not respond

Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company did not respond

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25 September 2019

Civil society urges governments to broaden the definition of conflict diamonds under the Kimberley Process

Author: Kimberley Process Civil Society Coalition

"Modern day blood diamonds still flow and KP undermines efforts to stem them, claims new report", 26 September 2019....

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Article
24 September 2019
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Author: Louis-Nino Kansoun, Agence Ecofin (Suisse)

"« Nous assistons à un véritable processus d’harmonisation des codes miniers africains, à l’image du Mali» (Me Bourgeois)", 23 septembre 2019...

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Report
9 September 2019

UN Working Group on the use of mercenaries highlights the human rights impacts of the relationship between PMSCs and the extractive sector

Author: UN Human Rights Council (Geneva)

"Relationship between private military and security companies and the extractive industry from a human rights perspective. Report of the Working Group on the use of mercenaries as a means of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the right...

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Article
4 September 2019

Zimbabwe: Govt. urged to legalise artisanal mining in the diamond sector to prevent fatalities

Author: Munyaradzi Goche, Radio VOP (Zimbabwe)

‘Govt must legalise informal diamond mining’ urges research think tank’ 29 August 2019...

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Article
29 July 2019

New paper on artisanal & small-scale mining: "Addressing Challenges in Global Supply Chains"

Author: Löning - Human Rights & Responsible Business

Artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) produce a wide range of materials and fuels various industries. This includes jewellery production as well as the manufacturing of electronic devices, tech- nology and automobiles. However, due to the lack of ...

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Article
1 July 2019

Zimbabwe: US jeweller blacklists Zim diamonds from Manicaland’s Marange district over reports of human rights abuses

Author: Robert Tapfumaneyi, New Zimbabwe

‘Zim diamonds blacklisted, pressure group welcomes decision’ 27 June 2019...

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Article
24 June 2019

Advocacy groups suggest Zimbabwe diamonds classified as ‘conflict diamonds’ due to use of private security agencies to displace locals to pave way for mining

Author: New Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)

‘Zim diamonds under spotlight’ 19 June 2019...

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21 June 2019
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Author: RTBF (Belgique)

« Diamants de sang : les limites du Processus de Kimberley », 17 juin 2019...

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