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vrijdag 23 maart 2018

Take Action: Tell Jewelry Brands to Come Clean


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THE WEEK IN RIGHTS | MARCH 22, 2018
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People spend billions on jewelry every year. But most jewelry brands can’t guarantee their products aren’t tainted by human rights abuses.
Gold and diamonds are often mined under brutal, abusive conditions. Children are injured or even killed working in hazardous mines.
Baselworld, one of the world’ largest jewelry and watch fairs, takes place this week. It's a glamorous event displaying stunning new jewelry and watches from some of the largest jewelry companies.
Help us tell them to come clean on their sourcing. Customers should know that no one was harmed in producing the beautiful jewelry and watches they buy and enjoy.
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