Conflict diamonds

The Nordic Africa Institute library staff has compiled this web dossier to coincide with the increased interest in the topic of conflict diamonds.

Literature in the library

Use the quick links below to locate titles dealing with topics of interest in the library catalogue, AfricaLit. The lists consist of literature - books and articles - in the form of fiction, non-fiction/factual information and official publications, as well as of other material.

Web links

This is a selection of websites dealing with conflict diamonds. Many more items are available online on websites and in discussion forums. These links are found in the link collection A Guide to Africa on the Internet.

Combating conflict diamonds, Global Witness

Global Witness is working to prevent diamonds from fuelling conflict, human rights abuses and terrorism.

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Diamonds, death and destruction

Information on conflict diamonds provided by Partnership Africa Canda (PAC).

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DiamondFacts.org

Diamondfacts.org is dedicated to present the facts about conflict diamonds, along with how diamonds are driving economic growth and prosperity in countries around the world. An initiative from the World Diamond Council (WDC).

http://www.diamondfacts.org/

"Diamanthandeln"

Article by Stina Blomgren on the Swedish Television's website on diamond trade. (In Swedish)

http://svt.se/

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