The fifth Open House concludes our series on diamonds with a real‑life look at diamond mining, human rights and the environment.
Join us on Friday 27 November 3pm (GMT)
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We’ll be addressing some difficult questions and challenges:
What the Kimberley Process is and what it isn’t. Flaws and potential solutions.
What it is really like on the ground; what would improve the situation? What if everyone just bought lab grown diamonds?
Our own Clara Breen and David Crump will host with guest speakers who have experience in African diamond mining and have conducted independent research in the field. Their short presentations will be followed by small group discussions, a chance to reflect and connect with others on what you’ve heard and learned.
Shamiso Mtisi Deputy Director at the Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association and
Kimberley Process Civil Society Coalition Coordinator
Hans Merket Researcher, International Peace Information Service (IPIS Research)
Chie Murakami Founder & Director General, NGO Diamonds for Peace
This session will round up the Fair Luxury Open House series on diamonds and their impact on people and planet. We’ve looked at natural diamonds and mining, explored developments and challenges in the lab-grown diamond industry and faced up to some of the challenges and changes in the industry, including a hard look at the Kimberley Process. Together we are developing our understanding of the ethics of this most fascinating of gemstones and finding out about the diamond industry in relation to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. You can find out more about the UNSDGs here.
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