Abolish Film & Campaign

Call to action: BuyFair App

Watch the video to learn more about the BuyFair app. Sign up if you want to be a tester of the app. It is now available for external testers, and they will be contacted by the end of September 2018 for access to the app.

We are asking the film's audience and visitors to our site to support the use of the BuyFair app by signing on to our call to action.

The BuyFair app allows consumers to pressure corporations to become more transparent about their supply chains. Once that information is generated, an independent rating advisory made up of a cross-sector of supply chain professionals will determine ratings to help users of the app make more ethical purchasing decisions.

With mass adoption, consumers can put pressure on corporations to improve their supply chain or risk losing customers.

BuyFair App

Fight slavery by signing up for the BuyFair app at no cost to you.

Scan barcodes to avoid products made using slave labor and pressure corporations to clean up their supply chain.

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Members

Team

Production Team

Barry Stevens

Director

Nick Hector

Editor

Matt Gallagher

Cinematographer

Kim Carter

Executive Producer

Neil Glass

Executive Producer

Zabi Yaqeen

Producer

Agam Jain

Executive Producer

Adam Craveiro

Production Manager

David Hynes

Researcher

Reza Ahmadi

Researcher

Wang Jane Hui

Researcher

Chelsea O’Connor

Associate Producer

Taeo Soleil Levine

Casting Producer, Researcher

Advisory

Robin Wright

Advisor

Kim Perdikou

Advisor

Niklas Traub

Advisor

Tom Butterfield

Art Advisor

Frequently Asked Questions

Corporate behavior can be changed, and for that we need individual consumers to make purchasing decisions that do not contribute to the propogation of labour exploitation, including forced labour, in supply chains. The BuyFair app gives you the tools to make better buying decisions. The app is now available for anyone who wants to test it. Sign up now and we will be contacting in September 2018 to provide access. 

Most of our everyday products - from the food we eat to the clothes we wear - are made by people who work in indecent conditions. Some are even produced by people trapped in slavery. Shop ethically with BuyFair, with which you can learn which brands guard against abuse and which do not. Browse through ratings in apparel, chocolate and electronics before making a purchase. Join the movement by scanning product barcodes to find out whether companies are transparent, and help our research by petitioning those that are not.

We consumers have a voice through our retail purchasing power. We need to evaluate what we buy. We need to ask "who made my product?" and avoid buying products that depend on forced or bonded labour.

We are currently in production. The film is scheduled for release for direct download on this website and in theaters in the second quarter of 2019.