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In 2011 the
asked him to develop an app to inform consumers about how their purchases connect to modern day slavery.
Justin Dillon has been working at the intersection of technology and human rights for over a decade.
Justin and his team developed slaveryfootprint.org which asks consumers to input basic information about what they purchase. At the end of the survey they are told how many slaves are required to support their lifestyle. The website was instrumental in the passing of several modern slavery legislations. It went on to win over 10 awards including SXSW and a Cannes Lion.
Justin founded the charity
Made In A Free World to campaign for slavery free supply chains and raise funds to rescue children in slavery.
He was advising the White House, United Nations, Fortune 500's and even The Vatican about slavery in supply chains. He saw a gaping hole in supply chain transparency tools and began to build what became FRDM.