Products of Slavery is a data visualisation website about forced labour and child labour, also known as modern slavery, in the supply chain of many consumer goods. The site was launched by Anti-Slavery International to mark the UK’s first Anti-Slavery Day on Monday 18 October 2010.

Companies have a unique ability to address forced and child labour within their supply chains. Consumers also have a vital role to play in calling for companies’ action to end forced labour. The data visualisation reveals vital information about the origins of these products, whose journey to the supermarket shelves is usually so well concealed in today’s globalised economy.

The infographic/ poster below represents an overview of the data used in the project.

Download the full infographic in pdf below.

Products of Slavery (Map) - Anti-Slavery International, 2010 DOWNLOAD

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