De Beers (part of Anglo American)

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De Beers is jointly owned by Anglo American, Central Holdings (which represents the Oppenheimer family) and the Government of Botswana.

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27 May 2019

So. Africa: Parliamentary filing claim over 115 mines flouting water use permits on preventing waterways pollution; several companies’ comments

Author: Andiswa Matikinca & Mark Olalde, Mail & Guardian (South Africa)

‘Big increase in mine water pollution’ 17 May 2019...

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13 May 2019

Diamond Producers Association's report says its members positively impact local communities & working to minimize negative environmental impacts

Author: Cision PR Newswire, Diamond Producers Association (UK)

‘First-Ever Comprehensive Report on the Reality of Modern Diamond Mining Reveals its Impact on Local Communities, Challenges Stereotypes and Identifies Areas for Further Improvement’ 2 May 2019...

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18 March 2019
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Author: Open Global Rights

“Las tecnologías de cadena de bloques aportan una transparencia que podría mejorar las prácticas de derechos humanos”, 24 de enero de 2019...

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25 January 2019

Commentary: Blockchain technologies offer transparency that could improve human rights practices

Author: Dean Pinkert, James Ton-that & Ravi Soopramanien, OpenGlobalRights

Blockchains are generating excitement across industries due to their potential to improve supply chain transparency. Less well known is their capacity to help companies conform to supply chain integrity commitments required by the United Nations...

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23 October 2018
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Author: Maimouna Dia, La Tribune Afrique (Maroc)

"Rwanda  : une blockchain pour traquer le tantale, de la mine à la raffinerie", 18 octobre 2018...

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14 September 2018
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Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« [Le monde selon Hulot] Diamants synthétiques, or éthique… L’industrie minière peut briller autrement », 11 septembre...

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24 July 2018

15 case studies of businesses addressing human rights impacts while contributing to Sustainable Development Goals

Author: Shift, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

"The Human Rights Opportunity 15 real-life cases of how business is contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals by putting people first", ...

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24 July 2018
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Author: ComunicaRSE

“Quince casos empresarios que están contribuyendo a los ODS a través de la gestión de DD.HH.”, 20 de julio de 2018...

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11 December 2017

All that glitters is not gold: Shining a light on supply chain disclosure in the jewellery sector.

Author: Ardea International

This report focuses on the jewellery sector. We have included eight of the major jewellers in the UK, namely the Signet Group (and the companies under its control, as listed in the table in this report), Tiffany & Co., Goldsmiths, Links, F. Hinds,...

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19 September 2016

Botswana: NGOs say De Beers, govt. and ruling party in "opaque" dealings that fuel tax evasion by the conglomerate - includes company responce

The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA), Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW), and the African Network of Centers for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR) produced a research report; "Botswana's Diamond Deception). The report says critical...

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