RJC is the world’s leading sustainability standard setting organisation for the jewellery and watch industry.
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Beauty and sustainability
The jewellery and watch industry has a larger ambition to contribute to a better, fairer world. Since 2005, the industry has shifted sustainability from an afterthought to a major driving force of change. RJC’s standards are at the heart of that change.
RJC’s standards enable companies, from mining to retail, to integrate responsible business practices into their management systems and daily operations. There are two standards available to RJC members: RJC Code of Practices (COP) and RJC Chain of Custody (CoC).
Code of Practices (COP)
Chain of Custody (CoC)
Chain of Custody Standard - Major Review
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Ask Me Anything - COP 6 + 7
Self-Assessment: How to prepare for your RJC audit
Implementing the 2019 Code of Practices
Management Systems in 90 seconds
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From 7-17 November 2022, Egypt will host the 27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP27), with a view to build on previous successes and pave the way for future ambition to effectively tackle the climate emergency.
The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), the leading standards organisation of the global jewellery and watch industry, announced today that its board of directors had appointed Edward Asscher as its Vice Chairman, and appointed Marianne Zani to its board
The gold industry has come together, convened by LBMA and World Gold Council, to sign a Declaration of Responsibility and Sustainability Principles which formally expresses
RJC partners with ISEAL and Bonsucro to enable good practice and learning in due diligence and grievance mechanisms. CEOs and leaders are under increasing pressure
India’s gold market is steeped in tradition and still highly fragmented. However, over the last few years the industry has become more organised and regulated. Although small independent retailers still dominate the landscape, the market share of chain stores (national and regional) has increased steadily during the last decade.
Have a read of an article published by the Professional Jewellery written by Adrian Black on what the top 5 trends are in men’s jewellery today.