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Top Story The top story is our new website! After five years of close collaboration towards a shared vision for a responsible industry, the Coloured Gemstones Working Group (CGWG), first established in 2015, makes today its public debut with the inauguration of this website. Dr. Assheton Stewart Carter, CEO of […]Read More
Thanks for taking the time to read this. I know we’re all busy so I’ll get straight to the point. It’s about time. Five years, to be precise. You’ve probably noticed that the founders of the Gemstones and Jewellery Community Platform (GJCP) are major iconic jewellery brands and corporate gem […]Read More
The Human Rights Responsibility Of Jewellery Companies And International Responsible Sourcing Standards. Human rights abuses that occur within jewellery supply chains are well-documented. In the majority of cases the problems are rooted in poverty and affect the marginalised and powerless who have little defence against exploitation. The exploitation may take […]Read More
VOICE - In person & Online, 12 - 14 Sept. 2020
VOICE is the event that gives voice to the industry. A huge Summit where all the Community with its opinion leaders gathers to discuss the state of the industry and future developments. In-person and online.
About the event
Date: 12 -14 September 2020
Time: 9:00 - 18:30
The Show is exclusively for persons operating in the sector. Entry is free.
iNDiGem Vancouver, 19 - 21 Sept. 2020
Organized by renowned gem and jewellery event producer indiGem, the Vancouver International Jewellery Show will attract all jewellery industry players and the general public who are interested in meeting creators, discover ethical trade success stories and purchasing on-site.
The Chicago Responsible Jewelry Conference, 23 - 24 Oct. 2020
The CRJC was founded in 2017, when jewelry designer Susan Wheeler decided to bring people together from across the world to discuss how to make jewelry supply chains more transparent and make jewelry business more beneficial to all members of the industry vertical.