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14 February 2019
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Author: Juliane Kippenberg, Human Rights Watch

'Eine glänzende Gelegenheit für den Goldsektor', 4 Feb 2019...

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14 February 2019

Switzerland: Council of States to decide on binding human rights protection for Swiss co. & their supply chains

Author: Juliane Kippenberg, Human Rights Watch

'A brilliant opportunity for the gold sector', 12 Feb 2019...

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14 February 2019
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Author: Juliane Kippenberg, Human Rights Watch, dans Le Temps (Suisse)

"L’initiative « Multinationales responsables », une occasion en or pour le secteur aurifère", 12 février 2019...

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Article
5 March 2018
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Author: Human Rights Watch

“Día de San Valentín: Contaminadas las cadenas de suministro del sector de la joyería”, 8 de febrero de 2018...

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Story
28 February 2018

Report by Human Rights Watch alleges labour rights abuses & child labour in gold & diamond supply chains of global jewellery brands; incl. co responses

The report “The Hidden Cost of Jewelry” by Human Rights Watch documents labour rights violations, child labour and poor working conditions caused by toxic chemicals in gold and diamond supply chains of global jewellery brands. The report scrutinizes...

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27 February 2018
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Dans un nouveau rapport intitulé  «Le coût secret des bijoux : Questions de droits humains dans les chaînes d’approvisionnement et responsabilité des sociétés joaillères», l'ONG Human Rights Watch étudie les pratiques en matière d'approvisionnement...

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Company response
26 February 2018

Response by Rolex

Author: Rolex

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Report
8 February 2018

The Hidden Cost of Jewelry: Human Rights in Supply Chains and the Responsibility of Jewelry Companies

Author: Human Rights Watch

For millions of workers, gold and diamond mining is an important source of income. But the conditions under which gold and diamonds are mined can be brutal. Children have been injured and killed when working in small-scale gold or diamond mining pits....

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Company non-response
3 August 2006

Rolex did not respond to: No Dirty Gold campaign calls on 8 “laggard” jewellery retailers to sign on to social & environmental standards on gold sourcing

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Article
13 February 2006

Eight of the World’s Leading Jewelry Retailers Urge Mining Industry To Clean Up 'Dirty' Gold - No Dirty Gold campaign applauds jewelry industry leaders on Valentine’s Day

Author: Oxfam America

For the first time ever, eight of the world’s top jewelry retailers have pledged to move away from “dirty” gold sales and are calling on mining corporations to ensure that gold is produced in more socially and environmentally responsible ways. The...

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