PAC's periodic newsletter on the international effort to end diamond-related conflict, human rights abuses and corruption around the world.
- The Case for KP Reform: If Not Now, When?
- Civil Society and the KP: Where to Next?
- Venezuela: A time of reckoning?
- Angola: The case for the “other” conflict diamonds
- Enforcement: West African Countries discuss joint strategy
- The Kimberley Process Derails Over Zimbabwe - NGOs Walk Out of Kinshasa KP Meeting, Consider Options
- Zimbabwe? No Double Standards Here…
- Kinshasa Text
- Minister Mpofu - How not to Win Friends and Influence People
- Ethical Consumers and Africa - A Growing Disconnect
- The Kimberley Process: Necessary, but not Sufficient
- Looking for a Hero – Will the Diamond Industry Please Stand Up?
- Going Round in Consensus Circles
- Searching for a Silver Lining
- New mineral certification scheme launched
- Zimbabwe: KP goes soft, green-lights Marange exports
- Canadile melts down
- Anjin: Who’s behind the latest Marange player?
- Plenary report: Enforcing the KPCS
- KP takes pass on Human Rights
- DR Congo takes over KP Chair, sets out agenda
- Conflict watch: Central African Republic, Angola, Côte d’Ivoire
- Limited Marange Exports Agreed to in St. Petersburg
- The Road to St. Petersburg: Dead-lock Near the Dead Sea
- A Reform Agenda: How to Strengthen the KP
- Israel Spells Out KP Agenda
- KP Considers Better Enforcement Strategies
- Human Rights Activist Wins Bail
- New Publications
- Kimberley Process Plenary in Namibia: rearranging the deck chairs?
- Israel takes over KP leadership
- Côte d'Ivoire
- KP announces Monitor for Marange
- Rapaport calls for Marange diamond ban
- Civil Society under Attack by KP member states
- From tragedy to farce: Zimbabwe flouts us still
- Plenary 2009: Time for Renewal: Seven Years, Seven Issues
- A Sorry Catalogue: Current Unresolved Issues in the Kimberley Process
- Civil Society: Here for Good
- To the KP Plenary 2009: Remember — In Time, or In Memoriam?