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Topic : Human Rights

Child labour in ASM mining: enabling a holistic approach through the meaningful wheel of action
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Child labour in ASM mining: enabling a holistic approach through the meaningful wheel of action

June 9, 2021, by Blanca Racionero Gomez

Learn about the three pillars of the wheel of action to address child labour in ASM mining, based on a recent report we authored for the ILO.

How the Jewellery Industry Can Address the Responsible Sourcing Issues Raised in the Human Rights Watch Report, ‘The Hidden Cost of Jewelry’
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How the Jewellery Industry Can Address the Responsible Sourcing Issues Raised in the Human Rights Watch Report, ‘The Hidden Cost of Jewelry’

February 19, 2018, by Dr. Yolande Kyngdon-McKay

On the 8th of February 2018, Human Rights Watch released a report on how the jewellery industry is managing human rights abuse risks in its gold and diamond supply chains. Over the next six weeks, our due diligience and gems & jewellery team will unpack the issues and give actionable advice.

A Conversation with Harriet Kelsall – Part Two
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A Conversation with Harriet Kelsall – Part Two

May 6, 2016, by Anna Barker

Part two of Anna Barker's conversation with bespoke jewellery Harriet Kelsall

Global Trends in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: What do these mean for Mongolia?
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Global Trends in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: What do these mean for Mongolia?

October 23, 2014, by Estelle Levin-Nally

Climate change and the failure of traditional livelihoods, economic transition and collapse, conflict, and high mineral prices have led to a doubling of the ASM population in fifteen years to a total of around 30 million worldwide.

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