In the course of our research, we’ve come across tools that make it easier for you, as a consumer, to know more about your products. We’ve just begun this list and will be updating in the months ahead. If you know of other good resources, please send them our way!
- What’s your Slavery Footprint? http://slaveryfootprint.org Learn more about human trafficking in supply chains here and take a quiz to learn how many are working for you in the products you buy.
- Fashioning Change http://fashioningchange.com/how_it_works helps you find “indie eco-friendly and ethical brands that match the style and price points of your favorite name brands.”
- Chain Store Reaction is a site where you can connect with companies to tell them you want your products to be made without human rights violations
- Ten Thousand Villages http://www.tenthousandvillages.com “a global network of social entrepreneurs” that “works to empower artisans in developing countries” by selling fair trade products.
- Hearts.com, a group that works directly with artisans.
Mobile Device Applications:
- Free2Work - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/free2work-for-iphone/id406044086?mt=8
- Label Lookup https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/label-lookup/id340129104?mt=8(see our blog about this one here) http://www.phbalancedfilms.org/what-does-that-label-really-mean-introduction/
- Phone Story (Available only on Android http://phonestory.org./index.html, but banned from the iTunes store!)
- Good Guide
- Social Impact
- Check In for Good
- ROC United Diners Guide