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Still want to watch the Chicago Responsible Jewelry Conference replays? Everyone should attend! Pay what you can. Donations are great, but we can't achieve change without you.

Committed to Creating Transparency and Responsibility in Jewelry Supply Chains

In November, 2020, we assembled the world community concerned with responsible jewelry supply chains for our 4th annual conference. Through teaching and learning, creating relationships throughout the supply chain, launching initiatives, and providing the space and context for attendees to become active participants in change, we intend to make jewelry industry beautiful from beginning to end.

You can view all the replays here.

"Pay What You Can" Virtual Conference 

Times are challenging, and we want everyone to be able to attend. So for 2020 we made the event pay-what-you-can. You can enjoy the recap of the conference for the same deal. If you can't pay this year, we understand. Watch the sessions anyway. If you have something to contribute, we really do appreciate it. 

There are four different tickets, but the only difference between them is how much you choose to pay. All tickets are all-access tickets. The prices are:

• Free

• $50

• $100

• $200

All funds go to the Responsible Jewelry Transformative, the 501(c)(3) organization that produces the Chicago Responsible Jewelry Conference, and which is devoted to supporting initiatives to make the jewelry supply chain more equitable, safer, healthier, and more sustainable for people and communities around the world.

Does $0 feel like too little, but $50 feels like too much? Or maybe you want to give more than $200? We've got you covered!

You can donate any amount you like here.

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Responsible Gem Fair

Image of rough gemstones courtesy of Moyo Gems

Yes, there will be a Responsible Gem Fair! You'll be able to shop responsible gems, meet with our responsible gem dealers, and enjoy exciting and fun presentations moderated by some of our  favorite social media influencers, who are donating their time to help our gem dealers get their stories across. Watch this space for more information!

Be the Change.  Let's Make Jewelry Beautiful from Beginning to End

As part of our responsibility to help stem the spread of Covid-19, the 2020 Chicago Responsible Jewelry Conference will be delivered entirely online. 

We've spread it out over a week, to make it easier to schedule in the content and still get away from your monitors. We hope you'll be able to join us for every session!

View the schedule
5 days
71 presenters
15 categories
Responsible Gem Boutique: Virtu Gem Malawi 09 November 2020, 06:00 PM
Hannah Becker, Percy Maleta & Susan Wheeler
Responsible Gem Fair - Capricorn Gems 09 November 2020, 10:30 PM
Ian Bone & Melissa Quick Capricorn Gems & Steve Quick Jeweler
The Gold Campaign: Forging a Future for Cleaner Gold 13 November 2020, 10:00 PM
Bonnie Abaunza, Angel Camacho, Leo Cerda, Sarah Dupont, Charlie Espinosa, Luis Fernandez, Maggie Gabos, Susan Keane, Christina Miller, Jessie Nagel, Miles Silman, Benjamin Vauter & Susan Wheeler
Choco Jewelry 10 November 2020, 08:15 PM
Juana Méndez Independent Researcher, Fundación ACUA, Colombia

Join our 42 Experts for 5 Days of Educational, Action-Inducing Content

Our experts will be sharing their wealth of knowledge and on-the-ground experience. If you're interested in making your jewelry supply chain more transparent and responsible . . . if you want to improve the quality of life for all people impacted by jewelry supply chains . . . if you're concerned about environmental impact of jewelry supply chains . . . this is the conference for you.

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So much to learn. So much help to do it!

Choose the topics you'd like to follow and we'll keep you up to date with its content, expert advice and opportunities to engage.

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Diversity | Dignity
Precious Metals
Human Rights
Sustainable Development Goals

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