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Petition for 100% responsibility

A lot of chocolate made today is a product of modern slavery and illegal child labor.

Even though chocolate companies have signed agreements including promises to make it stop since 2001.

So, let’s put a stop to empty promises. We need clear legislation that holds companies accountable. To be part of the solution sign our petition here:

Let’s make 100% slave-free (chocolate) the law

We need 1 million signatures to take to Brussels and Washington and 100,000 to London, to petition governments to pass new EU legislation and enforce serious consequences for those who break the existing US law and UK Slavery Act.

With your signature you are supporting human rights and child rights globally by making sure that manufacturers and retailers across all sectors — not just Big Choco — are held legally responsible for their supply chains.


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the broken promises

In 2001, the world’s 8 biggest chocolate companies promised to eliminate the worst forms of child labor and modern slavery from their supply chains. They did this by voluntarily signing the Harkin-Engel protocol. Nice, right? Only..

The Harkin-Engel protocol was made up to stop the development of a compulsory “no child slavery” label for chocolate. Almost no Big Choco could make that claim, and seriously, would you buy their bars if you knew the bitter truth?

What’s more, Harkin-Engel is a non-binding protocol, so not living up to it has zero consequences. Even if you signed it again and again and again in 2005, 2008, 2010.. and upped your promise to eliminating ALL forms of child labor and modern slavery.

Surprise, surprise, not a single target has been met. This has been going on for nearly 20 years. Time’s up. Time to act now! Time for all of us to be part of the solution. Time to sign the petition.