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FLUX announces plans for Fair Luxury 2017 conference

FLUX, an independent group of jewellery industry ethics champions, has announced details of its Fair Luxury responsible sourcing conference for 2017.

The event, which will take place at Assay Office Birmingham from April 25-26, will include a line-up of discussions designed to examine approaches to sustainability, ethics and responsible sourcing.

According to the event’s organisers: “Our events bring together pioneering figures from the worlds of jewellery, fashion and beyond, giving our audience the chance to hear from industry leaders as they question the ways we approach provenance and sustainability and examine the journey between original source and end consumer.”

Attendees are encouraged to engage in debate, participate in workshops and network with like-minded members of the trade.

Confirmed speakers include representatives from the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM), Gemfields, Incorporation of Goldsmiths, Cockpit Arts, Human Rights Watch and the Responsible Jewellery Council, as well as designers Harriet Kelsall and Anna Loucah among others.

Delegates can attend one day of the conference for £85, or take part in both days for a discounted rate of £150.

To find out more information or to purchase tickets, please click here.

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