Humanity Research Consultancy


Why Humanity Research Consultancy?

“Stand with us and other visionary decision-makers to end modern slavery and extreme abuse in supply chains and societies, globally.”

Deeper insights and better solutions

Our modern slavery consultancy, is revolutionising the norm. Unlike other consultancies, we prioritise training and employing researchers who are local to the region we are researching. This means we can reveal locally harvested, richly nuanced insights that get straight to the heart of issues, and subsequently, craft better solutions for you.

Working with HRC, you will be able to:

Understand the specific risk of modern slavery in your supply chain

Eliminate the risk of modern slavery in your supply chain, systemically

Meet your CSR objectives

Modern slavery is a modern day problem. However, it exists because of deeply embedded historical social norms and global inequality. The only way to sustainably end modern slavery, and all the human rights abuses it entails, is to affect systemic change. Employing locals means we are creating employment in regions with typical high poverty and unemployment rates for young professionals. We’re not just creating any jobs either. Our jobs provide opportunities for these young professionals to apply their local wisdom to issues in their communities about which they care deeply. We empower them to create the change their communities need to see.

Working with HRC, you will achieve your CSR objectives through:

Being part of the systems change providing opportunities to local professionals from all over the world, especially from developing countries

Supporting HRC as a social enterprise, who invest 50% of our surplus into our social mission

“Ms. Chiang has provided significant independent support to Human Rights at Sea since 2019. Most notably, this has included enabling state-level engagement in Taiwan through remote and field investigations, written advocacy, and translation skills. Further, she has been able to access trusted connections not just in-country, but also regionally. Ms. Chiang has an impressive ability to professionally influence and access high-level contacts while ensuring the context and nuances of local sectors, language and customs are understood.”

David Hammond Esq.

CEO • Human Rights at Sea

Business Consultations

Sharing knowledge and staying informed is vital for businesses in the fight against modern slavery and human trafficking. It can be challenging for businesses with long and complex supply chains to remain aware that slavery exists just a few stages away from their ‘clear and visible’ supply chain.

Are you a part of a business, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) or any organisation looking to stay informed about modern slavery and to protect your business and supply chains against the threats of human trafficking and exploitation?

If yes, then you are at the right place.

We believe that you are a visionary business leader who insists to run your business ethically, ensure no worker in the supply chain is exploited, and avoid any potential negative media coverage. We are glad that you are here and are here for you to ensure all of this.

Your brand thrives to be ethical, but aligning your global suppliers sounds like a daunting task? Leave it to us. We are here to ensure your brand’s human rights standards and ethical value is conveyed and respected by all suppliers.

Your brand thrives to be ethical, but aligning your global suppliers sounds like a daunting task? Leave it to us. We are here to ensure your brand’s human rights standards and ethical value is conveyed and respected by all suppliers.

Searching for someone to talk to shape strategies to eliminate the risks of labour exploitation in your supply chain or community? Want to have a conversation to know more about modern slavery? Book our consulting services now.

Our Clients

Proudly working with:

We implement the projects on determinants of anti-trafficking policies in Bahrain and Algeria for British Institute of International and Comparative Law. The projects assessed the links and sequencing of specific factors that have yielded improved political will and capacity in national governments to address trafficking in persons and which have led to sustained and comprehensive anti-trafficking efforts.

We work with the UK-based think tank Institute of Development Studies on a participatory research project funded by Winrock International and USAID. The aim is to understand what counts as successful reintegration for survivors of human trafficking, with a focus on Cambodia and Bangladesh.

We work with the International Labor Rights Forum on a diagnostic assessment to support the expansion of Seafood Working Group – a global coalition of labour, human rights and environmental organisations working to end labour abuse and forced labour in the global seafood industry.