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1 July 2004

Development & diamonds in Angola

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1 July 2004

[PDF] Angola Diamond Industry Annual Review

Author: Partnership Africa Canada

This first Annual Review of the diamond industry in Angola...examines the potential for diamonds to serve as an engine of development rather than war. And it spells out some of the challenges that now face a government that has been widely criticized...

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1 October 2004

Global Witness, Partnership Africa Canada: "The Key to Kimberley: Internal Diamond Controls, Seven Case Studies"

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1 October 2004
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Author: Global Witness, Partenariat Afrique Canada

Cette étude sur les contrôles internes des diamants lies au SCPK [Système de Certification du Processus de Kimberley] décrit les pratiques exemplaires dans plusieurs pays [Angola, Belgique, Républic Démocratique du Congo, Ghana, Royaume-Uni, Étas-Unis,...

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1 October 2004

[PDF] The Key to Kimberley: Internal Diamond Controls, Seven Case Studies

Author: Global Witness, Partnership Africa Canada

This study of KPCS [Kimberley Process Certification System]-related internal diamond controls...describes "best practices" in several countries [Angola, Canada, Belgium, Democratic Republic of Congo, United Kingdom, United States, also European Union]...

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9 March 2005

[PDF] full report: "Lundas - The Stones of Death, Angola's deadly diamonds: Human Rights Abuses in the Lunda Provinces, 2004"

Author: Rafael Marques, freelance journalist, & Rui Falcão de Campos, lawyer

[The report's authors link violence in northern Angola to lawlessness and corruption that ensure only a privileged few benefit from the region's diamond wealth. Evidence is presented to show how private security companies employed by the large mining...

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9 March 2005
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Author: Rafael Marques, jornalista, & Rui Falcão de Campos, advogado

O relatório denuncia os abusos contra os direitos humanos em Lundas [refere a Diamang, De Beers, SODIAM, ASCORP (Angola Selling Corporation) (joint venture Endiama, Lev Leviev Group, Omega Diamonds), ENDIAMA, LKI (Lazare Kaplan International)]

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1 July 2005

Partnership Africa-Canada report says Angola producing $900 million of diamonds this year, but residents of mining areas see few benefits & are dispossessed of land

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1 July 2005
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1 November 2005

[PDF] full report: "Making it Work: Why the Kimberley Process Must Do More to Stop Conflict Diamonds"

Author: Global Witness

Despite the Kimberley Process, conflict diamonds still exist and are entering the legitimate diamond trade...[Weak] government controls provide little deterrent to some parts of the diamond industry that continue to buy diamonds regardless of their...

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