CIBJO


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CIBJOConfédération Internationale de La Bijouterie, Joaillerie, Orfèvrerie, Perles et Pierres (French: International Confederation of Jewelry, Silverware, Diamonds and Stones)
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A major panel discussion to be moderated by Iris Van der Veken, director - public affairs & policy international, DMCC, on Day 1 will further drive the importance of the sustainability agenda with Sir Mark Moody-Stuart; World Federation of Diamond Bourses President Ernie Blom; Responsible Jewellery Council Executive Director Andrew Bone; De Beers Group Head of Government and Industry Relations Feriel Zerouki; CIBJO, The World Jewellery Confederation President, President Dr Gaetano Cavalieri; Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council Chairman Praveenshankar Pandya; and Signet Jewelers Ltd.
After the 1999 announcement by General Electric (GE) and Lazare Kaplan International about their 'undetectable' and 'permanent' diamond decolorization process, a close collaboration between SSEF and researchers from various centres including the University of Nantes and CIBJO laboratories helped develop, one year later, final identification criteria.
The Group also works closely with international organizations like the World Gold Council, the World Diamond Council, the International Gemological Institute (IGI), High Diamond Council (HRD) and CIBJO (The World Jewellery Confederation).
Krzemnicki (SSEF) presented various recommendations (from CIBJO, AGTA and ICA) concerning treatment disclosure and gave examples of laboratory-harmonized terminology (LMHC).
In a short presentation, Dr Laurent Cartier (SSEF) gave the current status of various initiatives undertaken recently in ethical sourcing for gems (and gold) by different groups or trade bodies, such as CIBJO (The World Jewellery Confederation), RJC (Responsible Jewellery Council) and UNICRI (United Nations) in collaboration with ICA.
An Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was inked by the CIBJO, the World Jewellery Confederation, and the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) at the International Jewellery London Show.
The Mou was signed to farther advance responsible business practices among all sectors of the jewelry supply chain, consisting of the use of CSR education programs developed by CIBJO, in collaboration with the United Nations, and chain of custody certification programs developed by RJC.