To incentivise customers, the brand is offering rewards in exchange for donations, including pairs of crafted filigree stud earrings and a number of silver charms as well as discount codes for use across its collections.
Global March, is a network of trade unions, teachers’ associations and civil society organisations who work towards the shared goal of eliminating and preventing all forms of child labour, slavery and trafficking.
Lebrusan Studio specialises in engagement rings, wedding bands and bespoke commissions crafted from responsibly sourced materials.
Arabel Lebrusan, founder and designer, Lebrusan Studio, said: “As an ethical jeweller, it’s not enough for us to simply use sustainable materials and ethical practises. It’s our responsibility to cast light on these injustices, campaign for mandatory human rights diligence in supply chains, and strive for an industry free of exploitation.
“Child labour has decreased by 38% in the last decade, but this year it’s critical that we accelerate the pace of this process.”
Purva Gupta global coordinator, Global March, added: “As Lebrusan Studio’s values resonate with Global March’s goal of ending child labour, we are happy to be collaborating, and encourage consumers and jewellery lovers to make an ethical choice in their day to day purchase.
“A child in some part of the world could be involved in creating the products that you consume, possibly working in exploitative conditions and not enjoying his or her right to a safe, healthy and educated childhood. Do your bit today. Choose an ethical brand when you purchase.”