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full report: "Conflict diamonds: UK jewellery retailers still not doing enough"
Author: Global Witness & Amnesty International, Published on: 29 May 2007
[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 conflict diamonds, also known as blood diamonds. The survey queried 42 of the most prominent diamond retailers in the UK. [refers to ASDA (part of Wal-Mart), Asprey London, Beaverbrooks the Jewellers, Berens & Co, Boodle & Dunthorne, Bulgari UK, Cartier (part of Richemont), Catherine Jones, Chatila, Chisholm Hunter, Clive Ranger, Clogau Gold of Wales, County House Retail, Debenhams, DeJoria, Dianoor Jewels, Dinny Hall, E.P. Mallory & Son, EMDICO, F. Hinds, Finnies the Jewellers, Folli Follie, Fraser Hart, Garrard, Goldsmiths Plc, Graff Diamonds, Hamilton & Inches, Hancocks & Co Jewellers, Harriet Kelsall, Herbert Brown & Son Ltd, House of Fraser, HPJ Jewellers, J.J. Rudell & Co, John Lewis, Laing the Jeweller, Links of London, Moussaieff Jewellers, Ortak Jewellery, Signet, Ernest Jones (part of Signet), H Samuel (part of Signet), Leslie Davis (part of Signet), Theo Fennell, Tiffany, Warren James (Jewellers) Ltd]
Related companies: A&G Group ASDA (part of Walmart) Asprey (part of A&G Group) Boodle & Dunthorne Bulgari Cartier (part of Richemont) Debenhams Ernest Jones (part of Signet) H.Samuel (part of Signet) House of Fraser John Lewis (part of John Lewis Partnership) John Lewis Partnership Leslie Davis (part of Signet) Richemont Signet Jewelers Theo Fennell Tiffany Walmart