Tea Time: How to be a Conscious Consumer in the Tea Industry

Phil America asks Nicholas Lozito about his mission to find fair trade in the tea business.

One Game For All – You Don’t Have To Be a Sexist to Be a Sports Fan

It’s time to stop using misogynistic language in sport jargon.

New Report Offers Snapshot of Company Activities to Source Slave-Free Textiles

Survey captures industry challenges and best practices in avoiding forced-labor cotton from Uzbekistan.

The Disposability of Boys

The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.

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Book Review: “Shoes of the Dead” by Kota Neelima

Shoes of the Dead may be set in India, but the problems it addresses are taking place all over the world.

While the Train Runs

The award-winning short film about the rail tracks slum of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Uzbekistan Cotton and Our Protest

The Child Labor Coalition and the Cotton Campaign protest against Uzbekistan’s slave labor.

International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers

Let’s pause for a moment to think about the plight of the world’s 300,000 child soldiers

The Real Cost of Cheap Goods is High: The Scary Truth Behind Some Christmas Ornaments

What brightens your tree may be dimming the lives of children worldwide.

[VIDEO] Where Ships Go To Die

The shipbreaking industry in Chittagong, Bangladesh is referred to as “hell on earth,” and for good reason.

The Persistence of Hope: An Open Letter to President Obama

Len Morris is an award-winning journalist, documentary filmmaker and activist. Here’s his letter to President Obama.

Now Brewing: A Perfect Storm

As a unique Filipino coffee catches on worldwide, so too, Cameron Conaway believes, will the child labor it’s tied to.

Of Ships and Men

Cameron Conaway explores the human rights abuses in Chittagong’s notorious shipbreaking yards. Photographs by Pierre Torset.