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Dark side of Chocolate

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abdul alkharashi

on 12 May 2014

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Transcript of Dark side of Chocolate

About 70% of the world’s cacao is grown in Africa and 43% only from Ivory Coast.

What can be done to stop child slavery and improve living conditions?
The Origins of Chocolate
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Abdulrahiman Alkharashi & Rebeca Marques De Souza
Reference list
Anti-Slavery, n.d.
Q&A: Chocolate And Child Slavery Campaing,
Anti-Slavery, viewed 10 May 2014, <http://www.antislavery.org/english/campaigns/cocoa_traders/chocolate_and_slavery_qa.aspx>.

Facts About Chocolate, n.d.
Where Does Chocolate Come From? Does It Grow On Trees?
' Facts About Chocolate, viewed 8 May 2014, <http://www.facts-about-chocolate.com/where-does-chocolate-come-from/>.

Food Empowerment Project, n.d.
Slavery in the Chocolate Industry
, Food Empowerment Project
viewed 8 May 2014, <http://www.foodispower.org/slavery-chocolate/>.

O'Brien, S. 2014 'Easter eggs crack open horrors of child slavery',
Herald Sun
, April 19, viewed 11 May 2014, <http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/opinion/easter-eggs-crack-open-horrors-of-child-slavery/story-fni0fhie-1226889977055>.

Quest, R. 2014, 'Cocoa farmers get first taste of chocolate',
CNN Freedom Project,
February 28,

viewed 8 May 2014,

Easter time

Widely debated following international outcry

Most Easter eggs involve child labour

Church skips Easter eggs

Major chocolate companies aren't doing enough to stop their product chain involving child labour

We need to send a clear message that we will not support child slavery

Dark Side of Chocolate
Target the chocolate Manufacturers

Raise the price cocoa farmers get for their productions

Government involvement
The Base Article
The Cause
What can WE do?
Web page: Anti-slavery

Persuade companies to spare some of their income to support the cause

Avoid products suspected of having slavery

Pressure the companies
Cocoa farmers receive too low amounts of money to be able to afford labour

Extreme poverty in the country led children to work for almost anything to survive
Doing something is better than doing nothing.
The Story of Chocolate
mind this
Food Empowerment Project
CNN Freedom Project
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