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Expert series: Forced labour in the seafood industry

Expert series: Forced labour in the seafood industry Marcelo Hidalgo is the founder of Seafoodmatter, as well as the director and co-founder of On-board Social Accountability, a not-for-profit organization based in New Zealand. Currently the Sustainability Director of the Fishing Industry Association of Papua New Guinea, he has been working in the seafood supply chainContinue reading “Expert series: Forced labour in the seafood industry”

Faces of slavefreetrade: An interview with our founder and CEO, Brian Iselin

Faces of slavefreetrade: An interview with our founder and CEO, Brian Iselin As we approach slavefreetrade’s second birthday, we had the chance to catch up with our CEO, Brian to discuss how slavefreetrade is filling in the gaps in the fight against modern slavery, the enabling role of technology in protecting human rights, and upcomingContinue reading “Faces of slavefreetrade: An interview with our founder and CEO, Brian Iselin”

Faces of slavefreetrade

Faces of slavefreetrade Meet slavefreetrade’s Youth Ambassador and Advisory Board Member, Evie Reza.   Evie Reza is a 15-year old Youth Ambassador and a member of the advisory board at slavefreetrade. She joins slavefreetrade under a partnership with the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Foundation (RFK), where she is presently serving as Youth Ambassador as well.Continue reading “Faces of slavefreetrade”

The human supply chain: How slavefreetrade is putting the ‘S’ back in ESG

The human supply chain: How slavefreetrade is putting the ‘S’ back in ESG Prioritising real-time worker feedback brings the human supply chain into focus. Traditional employee surveys in modern workplaces are outdated. More recent approaches to measuring worker conditions in worksites and supply chains in real-time are starting to appear. Why? Partly because of theContinue reading “The human supply chain: How slavefreetrade is putting the ‘S’ back in ESG”

Man’s Inhumanity to Man: Understanding the Risk Factors of Modern Slavery

Man’s Inhumanity to Man: Understanding the Risk Factors of Modern Slavery “I had not then learned the measure of “man’s inhumanity to man,” nor to what limitless extent of wickedness he will go for the love of gain” _ Twelve Years a Slave. Written in 1853, in his memoir, Solomon Northup recounts the suffering heContinue reading “Man’s Inhumanity to Man: Understanding the Risk Factors of Modern Slavery”

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