Want to Combat Modern Slavery? There’s an App for That

by , 03/29/12   filed under: Fair Trade, Online Tools, Worker Rights

Slavery Footprint, Call + Response, Made in a Free World, human rights, workers rights, sweatshop labor, sweatshop workers, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, fair trade, fair-trade fashion, fair-trade clothing, smartphone apps

You’ve calculated your slavery footprint, now take action by downloading Made in a Free World’s complimentary smartphone app. Available for both Android and iPhone systems, the app uses Facebook Places to help you “check in” with different brands while you’re cruising the racks. But more than broadcasting your location, you’ll also be able ask brands to investigate their supply chains, share your fight with friends on Facebook and Twitter, and earn “Free World” points to chip away at your own slavery score. Keep your eyes peeled for future versions of the app, which will include further ways to act and connect with the Made in Free World community.

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