SLAVERY-FREE CANNABIS

By setting a standard and precedent for global trade, Cannabis as a legal sector can operate free of forced labour, child labour, smuggling, kidnapping, trafficking and all forms of slavery.

SLAVERY-FREE CANNABIS

By setting a standard and precedent for global trade, Cannabis as a legal sector can operate free of forced labour, child labour, smuggling, kidnapping, trafficking and all forms of slavery.

CEG SOCIAL GOOD

The global trend of cannabis legalization is at a critical point in time. By learning from past mistakes of global supply chains across fast food, fast fashion and fast pharmaceuticals, the cannabis industry has an opportunity to embed true Social Impact into the foundation of the world’s fastest growing industry.

Our mission is to ensure the cannabis industry is built on new social impact standards.

Our vision is to see the cannabis sector operate as the first transparent, and slavery-free supply chain.

CEG SOCIAL GOOD

The global trend of cannabis legalization is at a critical point in time. By learning from past mistakes of global supply chains across fast food, fast fashion and fast pharmaceuticals, the cannabis industry has an opportunity to embed true Social Impact into the foundation of the world’s fastest growing industry.

Our mission is to ensure the cannabis industry is built on new social impact standards.
Our vision is to see the cannabis sector operate as the first transparent, and slavery-free supply chain.

WHY CANNABIS?
WHY NOW?

Cannabis is a multipurpose crop, primed and ready to be used as an alternative in medicine, fibre, food, fuel and many other sustainable solutions, and has the potential to be one of the most in demand commodities of the next decade.

As global legalization continues, and trade agreements are revised, the war on drugs will become a game of import/export, creating risk for slave labour and human trafficking in this new sector. The commercialization of cannabis is an opportunity to help close the gap between business practice and human rights. By sharing education, and committing to being the change we want to see, so begins our work in preventative action of a slavery-free cannabis sector.

CEG is proud of our educators and social impact partners for their support, bravery, and compassion. While most people would avoid the topic of human trafficking we are confronting the elephant in global supply chains head-on: no cannabis should be cut by slaves. To create this true social impact the CEG has launched four initiatives.

CEG INITIATIVES

CANNABIS GLOBAL IMPACT PLEDGE

  • UNIFY THE GLOBAL CANNABIS SECTOR TO HELP CREATE A SLAVERY FREE CANNABIS INDUSTRY

EDUCATION FOR AT RISK MIGRANT WORKERS

  • PROVIDE CANNABIS EDUCATION TO MIGRANT COMMUNITIES AROUND THE WORLD ABOUT THE LABOUR RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH CANNABIS LEGALIZATION

FUNDING FOR HUMAN RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS

  • DONATE FUNDS TO ORGANIZATIONS CURRENTLY HELPING MIGRANT WORKERS AND VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

A LETTER FOR CHANGE

  • INFLUENCE POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRAMMING TO PREVENT HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY.

According to the International Labor Organization (ILO) the business of human trafficking generates an estimated

$150 billion in profits per year.

WHAT YOUR CONTRIBUTION SUPPORTS

WHAT YOUR CONTRIBUTION SUPPORTS

When investing in education with the CEG, you are investing in social good. 20% of net profits are donated to our social impact initiatives helping to ensure a slavery-free cannabis industry. Contributions include:

1. PREVENTION: Cannabis industry education

To create long-term prevention of human trafficking, CEG works with existing organizations around the world, already educating migrant communities (often the most at risk population) on the signs of abusive instances, trafficking brokers and their labour/human rights. CEG is providing education resources to help understand the legal, ethical and operational areas of cannabis and hemp supply chains.

→ Since February 2020, CEG has been working with the Labour Protection Network (LPN) and has developed cannabis education resources to be used on missions in the border towns and migrant communities of Thailand.

→ Since July 2020, CEG has implemented a lead for Community Education in Asia, to join education missions

Learn more about the LPNhttps://www.lpnfoundation.org/
Watch “Ghost Fleet” the documentary featuring the LPN and learn about their migrant rescue missions, and how they have rescued over 14 thousand human trafficking victims.

2. EMPOWERING VICTIMS: Rescue Support

Funding is donated to mission-driven organizations who that currently rescue victims of human trafficking. Rescue missions and rehabilitation services are in need of funding to ensure those rescued can live safe lives.

→ July 2020, CEG donated funds for PPE to migrant communities in support of the LPN’s COVID-relief work.

→ September 2020, CEG donated funds to help support victims rescued by the LPN.

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3. INDUSTRY STANDARDS: Creating a new supply chain standard

The cannabis sector has an opportunity to become the first slavery-free sector. By working with legal government, social impact leaders, organizations and policy makers we can prevent labour exploitation from entering the legal cannabis industry global supply chain.

Conscious consumerism, and the implementation of new standards of operations needs to collide now. The cannabis industry needs to be the industry that creates these new standards of operations, including a global slavery-free cannabis trade.

CANNABIS EDUCATION GUILD

Helping to create healthy cannabis discourse.

As cannabis legalization spreads around the world, now is the time to build a foundation, which prioritizes human rights. Join Us Today.

As cannabis legalization spreads around the world, now is the time to build a foundation, which prioritizes human rights. Join Us Today.

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