Press & Awards

Our award-winning Laborlink, Fair Wage Guide, and Amader Kotha services have received international press and attention.


Target’s Teaming Up with Global Sourcing Experts to Help End Forced Labor
A Bullseye View, Target

With Just a Cellphone, Factory Workers are Being Heard
NationSwell (Video)

Using Worker Surveys to Drive Change in Supply Chains
just-style (PDF)

How Many Questions Does It Take to Identify Gender Disparities?
Laborlink Insight / Medium

Trust and Transparency in the Supply Chain
GlobeScan eBrief


Interview with Heather Franzese, Co-founder of Good World Solutions
Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI)

Listening to Beneficiaries Helps Nonprofits Learn What Doesn’t Work
The Chronicle of Philanthropy / Fund for Shared Insight 

4 Best Practices for Connecting with Electronics Workers
Laborlink Insight / Medium

Factories Ask Their Workers the Honest Question, “How Do You Feel About Your Job at This Factory?”
3BL Media / Laborlink China Collaborative: 2016 Report

Cellphone surveys contribute to supply chain insight

‘Press 1 for child labor’: Garment workers use cellphones to report abuses

Can Wearable Tech Improve Factory Conditions?
Laborlink Insight / Medium

Actionable Data – Directly from Workers
Laborlink Insight / Medium

If a strike is coming, workers know it first
The Times / Raconteur: 2016 Supply Chain Report

How old-school factories stay alive in China’s south
Reuters Business Insider

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Software Teams Win Supply Chain Sustainability Award
Wall Street Journal

Anti-Slavery Push Wins Prize to Tackle Seafood Supply Chain 
Bloomberg Tech, (Runner-up Winner) 

Digital Risk Assessment Tool Wins to Screen for Slavery
Sustainable Brands, (Runner-up Winner) 

Cool Vendors in Supply Chain Services, 2016

Giving Workers a Voice: Well-Being in Supply Chains
Radar Magazine: Issue 10 (SustainAbility)

Who Made My Clothes: 360° Video 
Laborlink Insight (Medium)

How technology is taking down human trafficking

Competing To End Labor Trafficking In Global Supply Chains
Forbes / Leadership

Human Trafficking Group Teams With U.S. on Anti-Slavery Funding
Wall Street Journal

Contest picks brains of technologists to fight forced labor

Cellphones Are Letting Companies Learn What Their Factories Are Really Like
The Atlantic

Awards, Recognized by, small

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