Ethical Business

Australian consumers are becoming ethically-minded and businesses are taking note, according to a news report by the ABC. Consumers want responsible businesses, there’s a rising expectation for businesses to have a social purpose and have a larger than profit reason for existence. Added to this, Australia has a new Modern Slavery Act which requires large businesses to submit a Modern Slavery Statement that identifies the risk of slavery in their supply chain and a plan to mitigate that risk. Smaller businesses can submit a ‘voluntary’ modern slavery statement to help fight this crime and demonstrate they care.

The Freedom Hub is a registered Australian Charity that runs ethical businesses where 100% of profits go towards supporting survivors of modern slavery in our Survivor School.

 

TFH Ethical Business Services provide Modern Slavery Act compliance training for all business enterprises, large and small. Find out about our End Modern Slavery Workshops.

R.A.M.P is TFH’s Risk Assessment and Measurement Platform designed to help businesses assess the risk of slavery in their supply chains and business processes. It also provides an effective measurement tool for company actions taken in response to modern slavery.

 

100% of the profits from our Ethical Business Services support survivors of slavery and the fight to end slavery. Our own ethical social enterprises also support this cause.

 

 

 The Freedom Hub Café

An urban escape where you will instantly feel freedom from daily pressures. We serve ethically sourced coffees, teas and great locally sourced food. We’re at two locations in Waterloo Cafe Sydney.

 

The Freedom Hub Events

We offer you a large space in Waterloo to run your Ethical Events. It’s the new giving back trend that people are looking for. Leverage your big day for good. All the profits from these events support people who have experienced modern-day slavery or human trafficking within Australian borders. Book an event with us.

 

The Freedom Hub School

Survivor School uses profits from our ethical  business units above – to help victims of this crime recover.

 

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