1. Supply Unchained—Fighting Labor Abuse in Your Supply Chain: Weekend Reading


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    Products that consumers rely on every day often have links to questionable labor practices—a shirt made from cotton picked by child laborers, a smartphone using coltan sourced from countries with child labor and coffee made from beans harvested by slaves.¹ The U.S. Department of Labor’s 2012 list of goods produced by children or forced labor includes 134 different types of goods from 74 countries.² Despite a zero-tolerance policy on using overseas manufacturers that flout local laws, U.S. federal agencies often have limited knowledge about which factories make the clothing used by federal workers. Hence, they have inadvertently used suppliers that show a pattern of harsh working conditions.³ The persistence of labor abuse indicates the complexity of the problem and its resistance to many of the solutions currently in place. In the article, Supply Unchained: Fighting Labor Abuse in Your Supply Chain, published in Deloitte Review, the authors consider current and emerging solutions to this global challenge. They suggest that organizations focus on taking incremental steps that consistently improve the status quo without losing sight of the longer-term goal of making workplaces safe, fair and humane. (originally published on Wall Street Journal http://bit.ly/1n7hZ0v)

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    • Demo Reel 2013


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      Work made during Henry Luce Fellowship; all content published with the social news network Rappler.

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      • The U-turn (8min trailer)


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        From the director of the award winning documentary ABUSED: THE POSTVILLE RAID (www.abusedthepostvilleraid.com) now comes THE U-TURN, a new documentary film that tells the transformational journey of the immigrant workers who broke the silence about the abuses they endured at Agriprocessors, Inc. in Postville, Iowa, and the community that would not abandon them. This film showcases the U visa, an immigration relief in need of dissemination among, and understanding by, immigrants, immigration rights-advocates and law-enforcement. Postville is the first time that a large number of U visas was filed for victimization of immigrant women and minors at the work place.

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          Produced by IMAGO. Directed by Tony Costa aip Produced by Andreas Fischer-Hansen DFF A short documentary piece about the working conditions in the film business. Denmark shows how to make films without abusing on long days and to have normal benefits like anyone else in other fields. See it and compare the situation in your country.

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          • Migrant Worker sharing his Experience working in U.A.E


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            This video is a part of my project about human trafficking in the Middle East. Many people aren't aware that forced labor is a form of labor trafficking which is widespread in this region.

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            • INDENTURED


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              10 min Indentured investigates the living conditions of South Asian laborers working on U.S. military bases in Iraq. Testimonials are presented along side the U.S. government’s guidelines to define human trafficking, which suggest that large-scale labor abuses are happening inside U.S. bases in Iraq. Public and Festival screenings: United Nations Film Festival, Stanford University House Armed Services Committee, House of Representatives, Washington D.C. San Sebastian Human Rights Film Fest, San Sebastian, Spain U.S. Pentagon, Trafficking in Persons Workshop, Washington D.C. Unspoken Human Rights Film Fest, Utica, NY Observer Research Foundation, Labor Trafficking Conference, Mumbai, India Human Rights International Film Fest, Mexico City, Mexico

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