Sharon Prince Works With Unchain To Fight Slavery

 

The President and Chair of Grace Farms, Sharon Prince, is excited about the Grace Farms Foundation’s newest deal to help fight contemporary slavery. While many people think that slavery is something that doesn’t exist anymore, it happens in many countries around the world including the United States to this day. This is why Sharon Prince Grace Farms is working closely with the organization Unchain as well as the country Georgia to fight against human trafficking that is still taking place.

While contemporary slavery is largely unrecognized, according to studies and Sharon Prince, it’s one of the largest problems that the world is currently facing. It is especially prevalent in the world of manufacturing which is why Georgia is trying to make the supply chain of products that are produced and sold in their country more transparent to consumers. They hope to be able to make their country a smart, green country within the next decade which will make their vision for the future much more sustainable.

Sharon Prince hopes that through their partnership they will be able to create comprehensive strategies that will disrupt human trafficking and the gender-based violence that tends to go along with it. This is absolutely critical to their mission that is so important to everyone involved including the victims that hope to escape violence and slavery. She is privileged to be a part of this battle against human trafficking with Unchain. See This Page for related information.

In order to stop contemporary slavery, Sharon Prince believes that the whole world will have to work together to make big changes. There are some universal changes that need to be made that will require a lot of cooperation and she believes that the world is ready to get it done. One of the biggest initiatives of Unchain is an awareness program that they are implementing globally.

 

More about Sharon Prince on http://www.clydefitchreport.com/2017/11/community-crystal-bridges-grace-farms/sharon-prince-grace-farms/