Many tea blends include tea from Assam, where people get poverty wages, are scared to speak up and have no way out. The big tea brands [...]
Monster Beverage Corporation, which controls 43% of the U.S.’s energy drinks market, states that there is a “minimal risk” of slavery [...]
Day 4: RESEARCH YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND Chances are decent that your clothing was made under less than ideal working conditions. But what [...]
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“…detainees began to work in the kitchen just so they could eat more…one detainee lost 68 lbs. Their ‘volunteering’ involved literally [...]
We know all too well that many workers in Asia endure forced labor to bring us the garments, foods, electronics and other goods we [...]
We rely upon strong stories and eye-catching images when writing about modern slavery. Raising awareness of the issues and the [...]
Target Corporation often offers prices that seem too good to be true - how do they keep their prices so low? Turns out some of Target’s [...]
Due to lax regulation, Australians are unwittingly spending up to $600 million a year on imported goods produced under slave labour [...]
“The men on the pick-up were brought to a square, or parking lot, where a kind of slave trade was happening. There were locals – he [...]
Most electronics devices contain minerals that originate in the mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, often called “conflict [...]