Since 2013, we’ve taken concrete steps towards addressing the worst forms of child labour. We believe in a world where no child should ever be for sale.
Since 2013, thousands of Canadians have spoken out about child labour. From signing petitions, urging corporations to look at their supply chains and learning to shop ethically – together, we’re making inroads.
More than 10,000 letters were written to the Government of Canada’s Subcommittee of International Human Rights. To date, more than 130,000 Canadians have signed our petition to the government pushing for Supply Chain Transparency legislation.
As a result of the petition, the Subcommittee has commissioned a detailed study on the connection between child labour and goods sold in Canada. This is an important first step towards introducing Supply Chain Transparency legislation here at home.
More than 8,000 people took our Conscious Consumer Challenge, working to change their shopping habits. The Challenge was created to help reduce child labour by empowering Canadians to make ethical consumer choices.
We all have a part to play.
Join the movement to eliminate the worst forms of child labour.