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Welcome to the first edition of WJI 2030 Insight on the occasion of International Human Rights Day.

WJI 2030 is guided by the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. We welcome companies and key stakeholders to join our movement to accelerate positive impact in three areas: building climate resilience, preserving resources, and fostering inclusiveness. At a time of intensifying global uncertainty, we believe it is important to step forward and work together to tackle the challenges we face. Human Rights is at the heart of our third pillar inclusiveness.

We will be sharing a quarterly Newsletter to update our stakeholders on some leading insights in the sustainability landscape. Multi-stakeholder engagement is central to our work. In the past few months we have been engaging with many organisations, associations, NGOs, the academic world, and policy makers to understand their perspective and expectations on the deliverables of the WJI 2030.  We will launch our first stakeholder report in early 2023.

In parallel we have been shaping a robust governance framework. We organised our first members’ workshop, and now we are building a Roadmap ahead in collaboration with our strategic partners Boston Consulting Group, BSR and ESG Book. As we are further evolving, we will update you regularly.

Enjoy this newsletter and we welcome your feedback at

Kindest regards,
Marie-Claire Daveu,
Chief of Sustainability & Institutional Affairs Officer,
Kering, Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030 Board Co-Chair

Cyrille Vigneron,
CEO and President, Cartier,
Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030 Board Co-Chair

Iris Van der Veken,
Executive Director & Secretary General,
Watch and Jewellery Initiative 2030