Ulula cleans up supply chains with human rights transparency

Written by Admin

February 16, 2018

Who’s involved in this project?

Antoine Heuty (CEO), Manu Kabahizi (CTO), Vera Belazelkoska (director of programs) and Arisa Goldstone (director of business development).

What are your goals for this project?

AG: Ulula is a social enterprise that equips businesses with technology, data and analytics to monitor risks of human rights abuses in order to create more socially responsible supply chains. Our mandate is to improve worker conditions across sectors such as mining, manufacturing and agribusiness by sourcing and processing accurate and timely insights directly from workers across the globe. Our solution is accessible in multiple languages, anonymous to protect worker identities and it leverages various communication channels (SMS, voice, messenger applications) to share on-the-ground data between buyers, suppliers and workers…

Click here to read the full interview here. 

You may also like

Can Australia Get its Modern Slavery Act Together?

When it was passed in 2018, Australia’s Modern Slavery Act was considered by its tabling minister to be a “milestone” in the fight against the “heinous crime” of modern slavery. The Act may have been a political milestone, but a number of worrying analyses have found...

PDAC 2022 Recap: Enhancing Community Engagement in the Mining Sector

On June 13, 2022, the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) kicked off the world’s leading annual mining convention bringing together governments, companies and organizations connected to mineral exploration for 3 days in Toronto. PDAC welcomed...