What We’re Talking About in July

What We’re Talking About in July

Why Saying “Black” With a Capital B Isn’t Enough | A Response to Verité’s Report Into the Challenges for Workers in the Coffee Industry Due to COVID-19 | US Government Issues Xinjiang Supply Chain Business Advisory | Amid Virus Crisis, U.S. Bars Imports of Malaysia’s Top Glove Over Labor Issues

Case Study: African Migrants in the Strawberry Fields and Greenhouses of Spain during the Pandemic

Case Study: African Migrants in the Strawberry Fields and Greenhouses of Spain during the Pandemic

Labor conditions in the strawberry fields of Andalusia, Spain are harsh for all workers regardless of their nationality: Salaries below the minimum wage, unpaid overtime, long working hours without breaks, and exposure to dangerous agrochemicals without protection are among the issues experienced by workers. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased these workers’ vulnerability to labor exploitation and creates even greater, possibly lethal, health risks.

2019: A Year of Impact, Achievement, and Optimism

2019: A Year of Impact, Achievement, and Optimism

While we are humbled by the great deal more we need to accomplish, we are proud of what we have been able to achieve this past year. Please join us in a review of selected notable projects from 2019.

Complimentary Webinar: Combating Human Trafficking in Food and Beverage Supply Chains

Complimentary Webinar: Combating Human Trafficking in Food and Beverage Supply Chains

Is human trafficking hidden in your food and beverage supply chain? This 45-minute event will offer companies in the food and beverage sector concrete strategies, tools, and processes to address and prevent human trafficking in their supply chains in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) “Ending Trafficking in Persons.”