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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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18 February 2016

Signet adopts policy promoting transparency in diamond supply chain

Author: Janet H. Cho, Plain Dealer (USA)

"Signet Jewelers adopts policy to promote more openness and trust in the diamond supply chain", Feb 16, 2016...

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23 June 2011

UK jewellery giants in spotlight over dirty gold

Author: Professional Jeweller

Filming secretly in Britain's biggest high street jewellery chains including Argos, Goldsmiths, H. Samuel, Ernest Jones and Leslie Davis, [Channel 4's current affairs programme] Dispatches [shows] footage of shop assistants giving incorrect information...

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14 February 2011

Fairtrade hallmark sets the gold standard

Author: Kate Carter, Guardian [UK]

[T]he world's first Fairtrade and Fairmined hallmark for gold is launched in the UK. This will ensure customers buying jewellery can, for the first time, know exactly where it came from. Like other hallmarks, this mark will be a physical stamp, and...

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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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29 May 2007

UK retailers fail to curb conflict gems

Author: Nicol Degli Innocenti, Financial Times

Diamond retailers in the UK are failing to play their part in the battle against conflict diamonds and risk undermining the United Nations-backed initiative [Kimberly Process] to clean up the industry, according to a report to be released today...by...

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