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Made In A Free World
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We are empowering individuals, groups, and businesses with innovative human-centered solutions to end the system of slavery together.
We are empowering individuals, groups, and businesses with innovative human-centered solutions to end the system of slavery together.

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5 Q&As with the Center for Data Innovation​ about how we're bringing freedom to global supply chains.

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The $100 billion chocolate industry has been vowing to fix it's labor problem for 15 years... but child labor has actually gone up.

WATCH this shocking feature by Fortune Magazine.

SEND A LETTER to your favorite chocolate brands at: madeinafreeworld.com/action.

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For the past 30 years, adults have been replaced by children in the dangerous textile factories of India. You may be wearing one of their products right now.

To meet the demands of global markets and reduce costs, these factories have turned to millions of teenaged, mostly female, workers from impoverished communities.

JOIN the movement to end slavery in our stuff at madeinafreeworld.com.

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Thank you Global Citizen for inspiring more people to discover: "How many slaves work for me?" at SlaveryFootprint.org.

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Happy International Women's Day to the brave women around the world that demand freedom for themselves and their communities every day.
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Nestlé has admitted that slavery is likely hiding in another one of their products, coffee.

For years, we've been telling the world that there is slavery in our stuff. Our software platform, FRDM®, helps any company identify their risk hotspots and take action. As consumers, we need your help to urge them to take this issue seriously.

SEND A LETTER FOR FRDM® NOW: madeinafreeworld.com/action.

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We’re California folks, and love the sun as much as anyone. But 58% of the coconuts that make the oil in our sunscreen come from the Philippines, Indonesia, and Samoa… all of which have high rates of forced and child labor (via FRDM®).

How would we protect ourselves if sunscreen was banned?! Burned! 🔥
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Eureka! There’s gold in your TV from China! Too bad 31% of it comes from Tanzania, which has high rates of modern slavery. (via FRDM®)

Enjoy the show!
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PROGRESS: Your voice is helping protect our products from slavery!

One of the most likely slave-caught products that we consume is seafood from Southeast Asia. Last week, President Obama closed an 80 year loophole in the Tariff Act of 1930. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has also imposed stricter regulations to improve how seafood is tracked from catch to market.

The success is real and should be celebrated. But the Made In A Free World Community won't stop until EVERY product we buy is protected from slavery: madeinafreeworld.com/action

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Signed. Sealed. Delivered. President Obama has officially closed an 80 year loophole that allowed slave-made goods into the country.

It's a momentous win, but we won't stop until EVERY company in the world protects theirs products from slavery. ‪#‎enditmovement‬
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