Genocide & Slavery

40 million people are caught in the slave trade industry. Genocide can happen through war, but also through famine and denial of human rights. Companies can monitor and prevent genocide within the regions they, or their suppliers, operate.


Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla are sued over alleged child labor in Congo

An international advocacy group has accused Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla of "knowingly …

5 months, 2 weeks

4 out of 5 banks failing on human rights, new BankTrack Human Rights Benchmark shows

Banks are failing on human rights nearly a decade after new UN principles were established to guide…

6 months, 1 week

It's time to boycott any company doing business in Xinjiang

Any western company doing business in Xinjiang should consider their supply chains tainted by force…

6 months, 1 week

Apple bowed to China by removing a Hong Kong protests map from its app store

First it was rejected. Then it was approved. And now the iOS app of, a real-time, volunt…

7 months, 3 weeks

US Blacklists Chinese AI Companies Whose Technology is Used to Repress Muslims

The United States is blacklisting a group of Chinese tech companies that develop facial recognition…

7 months, 3 weeks

Migrant Families Would Face Indefinite Detention Under New Trump Rule

WASHINGTON - The Trump administration on Wednesday unveiled a regulation to allow it to indefinitel…

9 months, 2 weeks

American Capitalism Is Brutal. You Can Trace That to the Plantation

A couple of years before he was convicted of securities fraud, Martin Shkreli was the chief executi…

9 months, 3 weeks

46% Increase in Cocoa Price Could Solve Child Labor: Report

An increase in cocoa price by 2.8% could potentially eliminate the very worst forms of child labor …

12 months


Verizon Communicati…
Verizon: Stop Child Sexual Exploitation Online

Verizon should take action to combat Child Sex Abuse Material in its online platforms

$10.6 million supporting

BlackRock Fidelity Franklin Resources,…
Genocide-Free Investing

We advocate for investment firms to make an ongoing commitment to genocide-free investing policies that would apply to future genocides or cri

$75.6 million supporting

Monster Beverage Co…

As defined by the International Labor Organization (ILO) Forced Labor Convention of 1930 (No.29), forced labor is “all work or service which is exacte

$47.9 million supporting