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8 July 2008

Fairfield - Employer settles head-scarf lawsuit [USA]

Author: Nicholas Thomson, San Francisco Chronicle

A lawsuit against [Whitehall Jewelers] alleging that it discriminated against an employee for wearing a head scarf has been settled…"The company is a strong advocate of diversity in the workplace and will continue its strong practices and policies...

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Company non-response
8 March 2006

Whitehall Jewellers 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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7 March 2006

[DOC] Statement of Fred Meyer Jewelers in response to No Dirty Gold campaign call to adopt social & environmental standards for gold sourcing

Author: Fred Meyer Jewelers

Fred Meyer Jewelers is aware of the important issues raised by the advocacy group "No Dirty Gold" and the company considers these issues very serious. We are currently looking into the issues and examining our company practices. And, we are in...

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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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13 February 2006

Letter to Jewelry Retailer "Laggards" from the No Dirty Gold Campaign

Author: No Dirty Gold Campaign

...[T]he No Dirty Gold campaign [has] identified your company as "lagging behind" on making commitments to supporting reform of the gold-mining industry... Through numerous letters we have raised with you our concerns about the serious human rights...

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30 March 2004

Broken Vows: Diamond Jewellery Retailers Fall Short on Conflict Diamond Pledge

Author: Global Witness

Major United States...and international retailers selling diamond jewellery are falling short on their promises to combat the trade in conflict diamonds...Out of 30 companies, 25 have failed to respond to Global Witness in writing about their policies...

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