Fair Luxury at IJL 2018
Fair Luxury brought The Human Face of the Jewellery Supply Chain to IJL on Tuesday, 4th September 2018.
The seminar took place over three sessions at the Retail Theatre with an open-eyed yet positive look at situations and initiatives that are impacting the lives of people in our industry.
10.00 – 10.30am
The Hidden Cost of Jewellery – Human rights in the supply chain and how to source responsibly, Komala Ramachandra (Human Rights Watch)
Human Rights Watch highlights the human issues in the jewellery manufacturing sector, covered in detail in their report the Hidden Cost of Jewellery.
10.45 – 11.15am
Successes, challenges and progress on human rights in the artisanal mining sector, Victoria Gronwald, (Levin Sources Limited)
In this session Victoria highlights the extreme working conditions and human risks of artisanal mining and discusses progress and challenges on the journey towards integrating this important sector into global regulated supply chains.
11.30am – 12.00pm
Social impact models – Her Future Coalition – sourcing from a social enterprise for women jewellers in disadvantaged communities in India, Sarah Greenaway (Mosami)
Exploring impact innovation in the manufacturing sector, Sarah shares case studies of Her Future Coalition and other social enterprises that are changing lives, showing how positive impact can be made by re-imagining the supply chain.
You can access some of the presentations here