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Not For Sale launched the new Free2Work.org website today, the powerful consumer information platform that increases transparency in supply chains worldwide.
As holiday shopping reaches fever pitch, Not For Sale encourages people to download and use the Free2Work App 2.0 to help them select gifts that promote and protect worker’s rights.
Free2Work recently launched a new app for iPhone & Android with a barcode scanner, making it easier for you to make informed purchasing decisions, and specifically ones that do not involve child or forced labor.
The consumer information platform for iPhone and Android that increases transparency in supply chains has just been featured in the hugely respected business magazine Fast Company, which recognizes that the app is not about awareness, it’s about action.
CNN’s Kristie Lu Stout looks at apps that make sure the products consumers buy were not produced by slave labor.
Want to know what’s behind the toy or sweater you buy for your loved one this holiday season? The rating site Free2Work.org developed by The Not For Sale Campaign and supported by The International Labor Rights Forum (ILRF) is launching a new mobile phone application to provide consumers with this information while they shop. The mobile application, which is supported by Juniper Networks has been named one of the “11 Great Apps for 2011” by the SF AppShow. The Free2Work mobile application, allows consumers to easily browse company grades and
information, get updates from other activists, and see the latest video and photos from the field.