How #SlaveFreeZone Will Help To End Slavery
From tomatoes to t-shirts, thousands of products come from the hands of slaves. Slave Free Zone is a program to help raise awareness and take action in your school and community and work toward a world without slavery
1. Register your school
Sign up to be part of the SlaveFreeZone program using the registration link below. During the registration process, your school commits to a program of education and change.
2. Commit to make changes and raise awareness
Through a series of activities, and purchasing commitments, a school can help reduce their contribution to global forced labor supply chains, and raise awareness in their community.
3. Receive certification and acknowledgement
Upon completion and certification of these activities, the school receives special recognition and status as a #SlaveFreeZone
World Slavery. Quick Facts.
Many believe that slavery was abolished long ago. But 40 million men, women, and children around the globe are being beaten, threatened, and forced to work under hazardous conditions. In exploiting workers, unscrupulous organizations gain unfair advantage against legitimate businesses that operate ethically and responsibly.
There are approximately 40 million slaves in the world. Today. Right now. At this very moment.
Two of every three slaves is a woman or a child.
Slavery is a 150 billion dollar business — every year.
Every country in the world shares this human problem.
Our Ambassadors and Partners
Freedom Seal has a worldwide network of over 200 global change makers spanning from faith, businesses, non-profit, community, media and government leaders with a united focus to work collaboratively to end human trafficking and forced labor.
Make your world a Slave Free Zone
You can take action in your school, in your community to make changes that help kids and other victims of human trafficking and forced labor
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Individuals and Organizations in Support of our Mission
- The Guardian UK
- Sunny Singh
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- Ministry of Colombia
- Olympia High School
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- Mission of Belarus
- King 5 News
- UN Global Compact
- Church of England
- Zero Makeup
- Sustainable Brands
- UN Agencies
- European Union
- Ted and Tanya Jernigan
- Perkins Coie Law Firm
- CNN World Business Today
- Diamond Technology Innovations
- Consumer Goods Forum
- The Jernigan Foundation
- Global Sustainability Network
- NPC News
- Hornall Anderson
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