More Than Ever, 45 Million People Are enslaved! Modern slavery

But for who do they have to work for?. Who are they salves to?. Who do they produce for or render services to?. Apart from the person or network directly profiting from their work by forcefully taking the money they earn, the products they make and the services they render, finds its way into our global retail and consumer industry.

Meaning products made by people who are being exploited, may stand  in your face at your favourite discounter, flagship store, shopping mall, online store. They are everywhere. But the good news is that there are so many retailers now who are aware and strive to be more responsible and cautious about the products and services they sell to you.

They work so hard to make sure their businesses, products and services is  slavery free, exploitation free, human trafficking fee, meaning fairly produced with love for consumers around the world. I am a global citizen, you are a global citizen who consumes from all over the world, think about your coffee, your foodstuff, your clothing, your gemstones and jewelries, your shoes, your chocolate, your fuel. You see, this makes it our responsibility to promote and support responsible retailers and producers anyway we can, no matter how little it is.

Is there slavery happening in your beloved city. Slavery that we know now, human trafficking affects every country of the world. Either as a donor country, meaning where enslaved people come from or as a transit country, meaning where they are transported through or as a destination country meaning, where they get exploited. How does slavery, human trafficking  affect our lives, our values, as believers or nonbelievers, as fashionistas, as foodies, as tourists or just as humans. Please share your comments and questions beneath this video.

Know that the real discussions and actions happen in the hubCouture app. You want to get more information on a slight shift of your lifestyle can create a huge positive difference, download & join us now. One video in a month, I will share our brands cause to fight human trafficking with you and give you actions that you can take today to join us prevent human trafficking. Do not miss out on any of our videos, subscribe and share this video with as many friends, colleagues, strangers you know. follow us around the world on Facebook and Instagram . Thank you and remember that doing good is the new cool!

Joadrehttps://www.joadre.com
I am Joana, a Nigerian-born Austrian-based entrepreneur and activist. Founded Joadre in 2012 and continue to develop content to engage and empower African SMEs.

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