Our Partners

De Beers Forevermark diamonds are beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced. Each one embodies our values of integrity, support for the advancement of women and environmental stewardship.

De Beers Forevermark is proud to be part of De Beers Group, which places responsibility and sustainability at the heart of its business strategy.  As part of De Beers Group, we strive to develop working partnerships built on mutual interests and that aim to ensure that all our activities leave a lasting and positive legacy.

Responsible Jewellery Council

De Beers Forevermark, as part of De Beers Group, is a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), a not-for-profit, standards setting and certification organisation spanning the jewellery supply chain. As an RJC member, De Beers Forevermark (as part of De Beers Group) commits to, and is audited against, the RJC’s Code of Practices, which address human rights, labour rights, environmental impacts, mining practices, product disclosure and other important topics in the jewellery supply chain.

Find out more about Responsible Jewellery Council here

UN Women and HeForShe

De Beers will further its commitment with UN Women by extending its global partnership for a further five years and joining the newly-formed HeForShe Alliance.

Driven by its dedication to shaping tomorrow, De Beers has committed to increasing the representation of women in technical and leadership roles within its business, as it works towards achieving gender parity across its workforce by 2030 as part of its Building Forever sustainability goals.

As part of the deepened partnership, De Beers will invest an additional US$3 million to extend the AWOME (Accelerating Women-Owned Micro-Enterprises) programme in southern Africa, building on the US$3 million in programmes that support women and girls in our partner communities when we first partnered with UN Women in 2017.

Since then the programme, created in partnership with UN Women and local government, has provided tailored business training and mentorship to more than 1,000 women entrepreneurs in Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, as well as qualifying over 50 local trainers to ensure the programme’s sustainable future. The additional funding will expand the programme and enable De Beers’ journey towards achieving its Building Forever goals, of supporting 10,000 women micro-entrepreneurs by 2030.

Find out more about the partnership, UN Women and HeForShe