This is part two of the reflection we shared from Maria Kisumbi, Senior Associate of Policy and Government Relations at Humanity United, on her recent visit to the U.S./Mexico border.
Maria Kisumbi, Senior Associate of Policy and Government Relations at Humanity United, reflects on her recent trip to the U.S./Mexico Border.
Today, KnowTheChain released its 2018 Apparel and Footwear benchmark, which ranks 43 of the largest global companies in the sector on how they address forced labor in their supply chains.
This year, 2018, marks our 10th as an independent organization. And on this occasion, we offer this thank you to the many partners who have inspired and illuminated our path.
Two brick kilns in Nepal officially verified as free from child, forced, and bonded labor.
From wage theft to sexual exploitation to the worst forms of trafficking, the voices of the people being affected must be at the center of the call for change and the solutions that follow.
New Funding will Strengthen Survivor Leadership and Support Grassroots Approaches to Address Labor and Sexual Exploitation in Atlanta, Chicago, and Minneapolis.