Build enduring strategic partnerships.
Stakeholder relations are critical for the growth of our organisation, and we strive to maintain an open, continuous, and transparent dialogue with our members and our wider network of stakeholders.
The RJC is an active participant in various industry associations through which we engage with policy makers to contribute to a better understanding of industry-related challenges. These associations are also important platforms for the RJC to contribute to broader, industry-wide action on sustainable development.
In addition, the Executive Director and members of the Board participate in public forums to discuss our members’ strategies and approach to sustainable development. These events provide opportunities for the RJC to represent the industry with a wider group; including business leaders, academics and civil society organiSations.
The RJC Membership and Engagement Team visits members on a regular basis and joins international trade shows.
Only by building partnerships and working closely with governments, civil society and organisations in and outside the industry, we can make a positive difference.
- American Gem Society (AGS)
- American Gem Trade Association (AGTA)
- Diamond Council of America
- Diamond Dealers Club (DDC)
- Diamond Manufacturers & Importers of America (DMIA)
- Ethical Metalsmiths
- Forevermark USA
- Gemological Institute of America (GIA)
- Gemological Science International (GSI)
- Human Rights Watch
- Indian Diamond & Colored Stone Association (IDCA)
- International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA)
- JCK & Luxury at Reed Exhibitions
- Jewelers Board of Trade (JBT)
- Jewelers for Children (JFC)
- Jewelers of America Inc.
- Jewelers Security Alliance (JSA)
- Jewelers Vigilance Committee
- Manufacturing Jewelers & Suppliers of America (MJSA)
- Natural Colored Diamond Association (NCDIA)
- The Plumb Club Association Inc.
- United Nations Global Compact
- United States Department of State
- United States Jewelry Council (USJC)
- University of Delaware Minerals, Materials and Society Program
- Womens Jewelry Association (WJA)
- World Diamond Council