App DescriptionFree2Work is ground central for the modern-day abolitionist movement on iPhone and iPod touch. Slavery exists today, and Free2Work promotes transparency by rating major brands based on their policies to address this human rights issue.
With Free2Work, consumers can easily find specific Companies, get Updates from other activists, and see the latest video and photos from the field.
+ Learn how companies like Nike, Adidas, Nestle, Hershey's, and Patagonia are rated, and how they are improving.
+ Drill deep into the record of about 40 companies in categories like Apparel, Electronics, Equipment, Accessories, Food, and Toys.
+ Discuss human trafficking at a new level with a curated section of the live Web, or explore the data offline.
+ Follow the discussion on Twitter, without even owning a Twitter account.
+ Watch video from YouTube and see photos from Flickr inside the App, with a built-in browser.
Find out how to make a difference, and help end human slavery in our lifetime.
Free2Work is a collaboration between the Not For Sale Campaign (a 503c non-profit) and the International Labor Rights Forum. The Not For Sale Campaign is working to equip and mobilize smart activists to deploy innovative solutions to re-abolish slavery in our own backyards and across the globe. NFSC has developed an extensive network in the US and around the world of people dedicated to ending slave and forced labor. International Labor Rights Forum is an advocacy organization dedicated to achieving just and humane treatment for workers worldwide. ILRF focuses on child and forced labor, womens rights, trade policy, freedom of association and other issues related to labor rights.
November 17, 2010 Initial Release