Commitment to Action

Made in a Free World: Open for Business

Commitment by

Made In A Free World

In 2012, Made in a Free World committed to developing a solution to engage corporations and their suppliers in combating slavery in the global supply chain and commodities markets. Through its assessment and certification system, Made in a Free World will partner with third-party assessors that map, audit, and evaluate corporate supply chains for both legal compliance and actual performance. When instances of non-compliance are found, companies will be guided through remediation efforts designed to bring contractors and sub-contractors into compliance. Once a company's supply chain is successfully verified as free of forced labor, it will be able to market itself to consumers as Made in a Free World verified and will be promoted through the Made in a Free World Network.

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Commitment

Made in a Free World: Open for Business

Launched

2012

Est. Duration

3 Years

Estimated Total Value

$250,000

Region

Northern America

Commitment by

Made In A Free World

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., United States Department of State, Ariba Network