A New Look at Labor Issues in Supply Chains

This week, Corban Addison, the best selling author of A Walk Across the Sun and The Tears of Dark Water, releases his fourth book looking at human trafficking. Unlike his previous books, A Harvest of Thorns takes an in-depth look at the complex problem of...

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New KnowTheChain ICT Company Action Guide Published

In June, we released our first benchmark report on the efforts of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector to mitigate forced labor in their supply chains. While the benchmark found that the ICT sector is showing some commitment and action, it is clear that...

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Tracking Tuna on the Blockchain

A report published last week by Provenance summarizes the work and results of our pilot tracking tuna fish caught in Indonesia: the world’s largest tuna-producing country, where seafood industry practices compromise the wellbeing of environments, wildlife and communities. There is a rallying call from customers, governments, NGOs and...

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Yarn Ethically and Sustainably Sourced

The Responsible Sourcing Network announced today the launch of a new initiative aimed at driving cotton and yarn produced with forced labor out of corporate supply chains. Cotton produced by forced labor is well-documented in at least nine countries, and is currently making its way into...

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