Voices of CIBJO 2017-12-07T11:55:57+00:00

Marine-focused seminar in Vicenza suggests that jewellery could become symbol for environmental sustainability

The seminar focused on the marine ecosystem, where fully sustainable gem production, relating to the ability of biological systems to remain diverse and productive over the course of time, is feasible.

CIBJO, the World Jewellery Confederation, has successfully concluded its annual congress in Bangkok, Thailand

A comprehensive report of the 2017 CIBJO Congress in Bangkok, Thailandn with reports on all the sessions, photo galleries, videos, presentations and pre-congress special reports by the various CIBJO Commissions.

‘WE AS AN INDUSTRY SHOULD PROVIDE MORE GUARANTEES TO THE FINAL CONSUMER’

Stéphane Fischler, president of the World Diamond Council, looks at WDC's role, the state of the Kimberley Process, and harmonising diamond nomenclature.

CIBJO seminar in Vicenza looks at impact on jewellery industry of new EU conflict minerals legislation and strategies for dealing with its requirements

The significance and potential impact on the jewellery industry of a new EU regulation, which will control the import into the union of gold from conflict and high-risk areas, came under the spotlight at a seminar organised by CIBJO and the Italian Exhibition Group.

A partnership spanning continents brings hope to the survivors of genocide in Rwanda

This is a story about jewellery and its impact on humanity. It is a tale of rebirth through creativity and personal journey, and about a group of remarkably brave and resilient women, seeking to rebuild their lives following the devastation of civil war and genocide.