Minar Jewellers recognises the responsibility to protect the human rights of our employees, customers, suppliers, the communities we work within and any person we may have contact with. The company respects all international laws relating to Human Rights, in particular the UN Declaration of Human Rights and the relevant ILO conventions.

It is part of our legal, moral and cultural responsibility to respect and recognise the dignity of all persons with whom we have contact with and, where applicable, we will exercise our influence with those whom we do business with directly to promote the achievement of these core principles:

The company places great value on its employees and realises that our workforce is our greatest asset, which is reflected in the long serving loyalty and dedication across the entire organisation. All employees are expected to do their best to contribute to the success of the company and further its business goals and aspirations for a successful and long term future.

In addition to the above policy, we would like to add that Minar Jewellers has been a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council since 2016 and is independently audited every three years to ensure that it complies with the standards set in their Codes of Practice. These are an international standard on responsible business practices for diamonds, gold and platinum group metals.

The Code of Practices address human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure and many more important topics in the jewellery supply chain. The RJC also works with multi-stakeholder initiatives on responsible sourcing and supply chain due diligence.


In light of the provisions of The Modern Slavery Act 2015, we believe that our work and accreditation with the RJC fully supports the ambit of this legislation and ensures the necessary checks and safeguards are already in place in all aspects of our business. However, in addition to this Minar Jewellers will: