Civil Society Coalition Partners  

1) Zimbabwe Environmental Lawyers Association (ZELA), Zimbabwe 

2) Action Mines Guinée, Guinea 
3) Center for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG), Zimbabwe 
4) Centre du Commerce International pour le Développement (CECIDE), Guinea
5) Centre National d'Appui au Développement et à la Participation Populaire (CENADEP), DR Congo
6) Green Advocates, Liberia
7) Groupe d'Appui aux Exploitants des Ressources Naturelles (GAERN), DR Congo
8) Groupe de Recherche et de Plaidoyer sur les Industries Extractives (GRPIE), Côte d'ivoire
9) International Peace Information Service (IPIS), Belgium
10) Maluti Community Development Forum (MCDF), Lesotho 
11) Network Movement for Justice and Development (NMJD), Sierra Leone
12) Réseau de Lutte contre la Faim (RELUFA), Cameroon
13) Centre Centreafricain de Recherche et d’ Analyse Geopolitique (CCRAG) (Associate member), Centralafrican Repubic


March, 2019: The African Mining Vision (AMV) Mineral Governance Framework was recently adopted by the African Union to help African states in assessing the implementation of the AMV with respect to revenue management laws and practices, transparency and accountability measures, environmental management, social and human rights impacts of mining among other aspects. 

These African level policy documents equally apply to the diamond mining sector and are supposed to be implemented by African states. Essentially the AMV Mineral Governance Framework and the AMV itself illustrate how the African Union views the respect of human rights, environmental rights and labour rights in the mining sector (including the diamond mining sector) as important elements.