Freedom United and nearly 250 other organizations in the Lift the Ban coalition this week called on the U.K. government to end its [...]
Ben & Jerry’s pledges to pay cocoa farmers living wage
American ice cream giant Ben & Jerry’s has announced that they are committing to paying a living income to cocoa farmers at the [...]
Regions Bank of Alabama takes a stand against prison slavery
Regions Bank, the largest bank in Alabama, announced its plan to end its partnership with CoreCivic by not renewing their contract that [...]
Empowering documentary amplifies trafficking survivors’ voices with sensitivity
Forbes recently highlighted the empowering photography documentary “Philippines: Girls as a Commodity” by Matilde Simas. [...]
What Is The Sweet Solution To The Issue Of Child Labor In Cocoa Trade?
The bitter truth behind chocolate this christmas
Chinese government denies forced organ harvesting
Forced organ harvesting and organ trafficking are interlinked crimes where organs are taken from victims through coercion or without [...]
Will Qatar protect its migrant workers before the World Cup?
Ahead of the World Cup in November, pressure is on for the Qatari government to step up protections for the two million migrants [...]
To Boycott Or Not To Boycott?
Technology and the Fight Against Slavery
Technology can advance the efforts to stop human slavery...
Migrant worker exploitation in Qatar still needs to be called out
The 2022 FIFA world cup tournament has ended and we are disappointed that FIFA has not announced a dedicated compensation fund for [...]
Slavery in Your Company’s Supply Chains?
Many well known corporations are getting unwanted attention because they are not complying with laws regarding slave labor...
How price is the engine of cocoa sustainability
The chocolate industry is worth billions of dollars, and yet, most cocoa farmers in West Africa live in poverty, enabling exploitation [...]
Sub-Saharan Slavery Abuses in Africa
Sub-Saharan slavery in African states is common.
Systemic change needed in Brazil to effectively tackle modern slavery
In February this year, 207 victims of modern slavery were rescued from a grape plantation in Bento Gonçalves, Rio Grande do Sul. These [...]
How Food is Empowering Trafficking Survivors in Ohio
A central Ohio nonprofit called Freedom a la Cart is employing survivors of human trafficking in their catering operations, helping [...]
Buy The Change You Want To See In The World
Jane Mosbacher Morris, entrepreneur and author of Buy The Change: Use Your Purchasing Power To Make The World A Better Place, has a [...]
GEO Group runs out of banks as 100% of partners shun private prisons
GEO Group, the largest private prison company in the United States, is in trouble. 100% of its banking partners have pledged to stop [...]
Grace Farms Foundation launches movement to end forced labor in architecture and construction
This week, the non-profit organization Grace Farms Foundation released “Design for Freedom,” a report calling for the [...]