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15 October 2007

Top jewellers told to cut trade links with Burma

Author: Andrew Taylor, Financial Times

Trade unions yesterday called on three of London's top jewellery retailers - Asprey, Harrods and Leviev - to sever all trading links with Burma following EU trade sanctions announced earlier this week...The TUC [Trades Union Congress] said yesterday...

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29 May 2007

full report: "Conflict diamonds: UK jewellery retailers still not doing enough"

Author: Global Witness & Amnesty International

[links to full survey and summary] This survey conducted by Global Witness and Amnesty International UK between December 2006 and February 2007, shows that most top-selling UK jewellers still lack adequate policies to effectively combat the trade in...

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29 May 2007

UK diamond retailers failing to implement policies to combat conflict diamonds, says report by Amnesty & Global Witness

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18 October 2004

Diamonds whose price is measured in blood

Author: Lee Glendinning, Guardian [UK]

Many UK jewellers have conceded they have no real policy on sourcing diamonds...almost two years after the diamond industry agreed to a self-regulation system to prevent the trade in diamonds from regions of conflict, many UK jewellers are unable to...

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1 October 2004

Déjà Vu - diamond industry still failing to deliver on promises - Summary of UK and US results of Global Witness and Amnesty International survey

Author: Global Witness & Amnesty International

This report presents the results of Global Witness and Amnesty International's survey into the diamond jewellery retail sector's implementation of self-regulation to support the Kimberley Process, the international diamond certification scheme...

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1 October 2004

Global Witness & Amnesty Intl. survey: Jewellers still "keeping consumers in the dark" about conflict diamonds

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