Conflict Diamond Related Links
THE KIMBERLEY PROCESS
The Kimberley Process is an international initiative aimed at breaking the link between legitimate trade in diamonds and conflict diamonds. The Kimberley
Process was launched in May 2000 in the city of Kimberley, South Africa. It started out as a consultative process, later becoming a negotiating process which
culminated in the adoption of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS). The KPCS sets an international benchmark for national certification
schemes to be implemented by each Participant country through national legislation.
Read More: http://www.kimberleyprocess.com (EN)
Website launched by the World Diamond Council (WDC) which explains the conflict diamonds issue. The website, directed at professional retailers and
diamond dealers, provides information on conflict diamonds in a downloadable format which is designed to give activists a tool in dealing with questions.The
site offers information in 17 languages, including Arabic, French, German, Spanish and more.
Read More: http://diamondfacts.org (EN)
UNITED STATES KIMBERLEY PROCESS AUTHORITY (USKPA)
The website of the U.S. Kimberley Process authority is aimed at industry professionals and facilitates licensing, issues certificates and provides documentation
on behalf of the Kimberley Process. The site also contains links to publications about the Kimberley Process and conflict diamonds.
Read More: www.uskpa.org/ (EN)
This is the website of the non-governmental organization Global Witness, which was among the first to deal with the blood diamond issue, and even published
the first report on the subject. The organization has the goal of exposing corruption in the natural resources trade.
Read More: http://www.globalwitness.org/ (EN)