Sourcing Justice is a social enterprise with a mission to help victims and potential victims of modern slavery across the globe. It does this by engaging businesses to find and address labour abuse in their organisations and supply chains. Business and Human Rights is a new and growing body of business regulation.
Sourcing Justice provides professional consultancy services to businesses, enabling their development and implementation of effective anti-slavery programmes that comply with supplier codes of conduct and UK Modern Slavery Act.
Companies with medium and large shares of market power have an opportunity to use their leverage to raise awareness and compel that their suppliers in turn do their part to identify and address labour exploitation down their supply chains as well.
Sourcing Justice was founded in January 2018 by Jennifer Wascak, a U.S.-qualified attorney, MBA, and former chief governmental official with 15+ years of international experience in organisational risk mitigation, management systems gap analysis, leadership development, project management, HR, and internal and external communications strategy.
After moving to the UK three years ago, Jennifer re-focused her career to human rights law and policy. She engages with governments, businesses, and individuals around the globe to raise awareness and inspire action to address the root causes of social, economic, and political inequality.