Here's a story about how members of the Changemakers community are working to ensure that labor benefits rather than exploits people and the environment:
Every year innumerable women disappear into the throes of sexual slavery yearly and millions of children are forced into child labor, but you can help put an end to this global blight by looking for ways to buy goods approved by organizations such as RugMark, The Emancipation Network, and TransFair USA.
These three Changemakers competition finalists are featured in the following video that shows how they are supporting economic freedom and justice for some of the world's most vulnerable populations.
|13 days ago Adnan Khawaja submitted the IdeaCentricity innovation.|
|5 weeks ago Enas Aly submitted the قطن فريدة innovation.|
|5 weeks ago Heidi Bransby submitted the Coaching For Change Within The Social Services Sector innovation.|
|5 weeks ago elif öznal submitted the Ev Yemekleri-Mucizeler Dükkanı innovation.|
|5 weeks ago Reem Alzamil submitted the قياديات innovation.|
|5 weeks ago sevil güler submitted the El vermek El almak innovation.|
|5 weeks ago Maha Behery submitted the Job Faster innovation.|
|5 weeks ago Anis Dhamna entered ecoMENINX in the Women Powering Work: Innovations for Economic Equality in the MENA Region competition.|
|5 weeks ago Nneoma Albert-Benson entered Recyclable Collection and Sorting Hubs (CoSoHubs) in the Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneurs Awards competition.|
|6 weeks ago Ouafae Boussaid submitted the Soroptimist innovation.|