Responsible Jewellery Council

Responsible Jewellery Council

Governing Organization

Assessment Type

Third party assessed by non-verified bodies


ISEAL Alliance Member

Sectors Covered

Chemicals and Extraction

Issues Covered

CSR, Environmental Management, Ethical Trade

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The Responsible Jewellery Council is an international not-for-profit organisation bringing together over 260 member companies across the jewellery supply chain.

Key Features

* Two types of RJC memberships exist. Commercial or
Association membership.
(1) Commercial Member: Any company that is actively
involved for commercial reasons in the diamond and/
or gold jewellery supply chain is eligible to subscribe
to become a Commercial Member of the Council.
Commercial Members must seek certification under
the RJC system.
(2)... more

Stakeholder Engagement

RJC has a 60 day stakeholder comment period to seek feedback on the RJC_x0019_ s proposed Certification on their webpage, RJC also discusses its standrads in roundtable meetings with over 185 Stakeholders.

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