About Mekong Club

The Mekong Club works with the private sector to bring about sustainable practices against modern slavery across the globe. Companies can join the Mekong Club as Members to enjoy a range of benefits, anti-slavery tools, resources, and consultations. We have created a community of like-minded peers across different industries, working together to address modern slavery.
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Who we are

The Mekong Club is a non-profit organization that focuses on working with the private sector to address modern slavery and related crimes, such as human trafficking and forced labour. Our business association members include brands and companies from a range of industries, from financial services, to hospitality, retailing and manufacturing, amongst others. We cultivate a community of likeminded professionals, seeking to create sustainable approaches to ending modern slavery.

What We Do

At the Mekong Club, we are committed to developing and implementing sustainable solutions to modern slavery through private sector engagement. Our Members span across multiple industries globally, and we regularly convene these companies to discuss key trends, challenges, and opportunities for collaboration. We work confidentially with companies to understand where their anti-slavery strategies stand in relation to industry standards, sharing best practice and practical recommendations. Furthermore, we develop innovative tools based on the real-world insights from our members, and resources to further industry-wide responses to modern slavery trends and challenges.
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Working Groups

We regularly convene our members in our industry-specific working groups. Here our members discuss modern slavery trends, challenges, and share best-practice, as well as inform our work by requesting and contributing to our cutting-edge anti-slavery tools and resources.

Tools & Resources

We have a suite of online tools and resources to support any organization’s anti-slavery strategy. These range from toolkits for training and policy development guidance, to supply chain risk assessment and forced labour ESG metrics


We offer consultancy services and other support on all elements of a modern slavery strategy. From advising on modern slavery legislative requirements, to supporting with training or speaking at events, we are available to support in many ways.


We believe that collaboration is key to addressing modern slavery. Besides our private sector members, we work with a range of partners such as civil society organizations, NGOs, research bodies, and governments.

Mekong Club Members

Our Members span across multiple countries and industries, making up a diverse community of professionals with a wealth of perspectives and experience in the anti-slavery space. We foster a community that encourages collaboration, best practice sharing, and cross-industry responses to modern slavery issues.
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Matt Friedman


Phoebe Ewen

Programme Director

Ng Te Hooi (TeA)

Accounting and Finance

Caterina Foti

Project Manager

Nolan Clack

Marketing Director

Constance Chan

Typology Development

Fiona Dickson

Social Media Content Copywriter

Ian McBride

Technology & Data

Jacqueline Parisi

Research Coordinator

Kin Cheung

Video Editor

Luth Faris

Data Analyst

Mackenzie Nace

Project development

Matthew Keeler

Writing & Editing

Michelle Yim

Project Support

Phil Marke

Project Management

Zac Spiers


Gaius Kwong

Graphic Designer

Kathleen Ferrier

Private Sector Ambassador

Katie Gearing

Private Sector Ambassador

Mike Coats

Private Sector Ambassador

Chakara Sisowath

Board Director

Chris Fordham


David Hall-Jones


Kyoko Altman

Board Director

Louisa Noble

Board Director

Mark Devadason

Senior Advisor – Business for Social Responsibility

Nick Robinson

Board Director

Phil Marshall

Senior Advisor & Board Director

Elaine Young

Board Director

Our Team

The Mekong Club team works to support our members and partners in addressing modern slavery across countries and industries.
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Our Partners

Partnership and collaboration is crucial when addressing the topic of modern slavery. We are fortunate to partner with talented and passionate people and innovative organizations, across many initiatives, from supply chain transparency to financial red flags. We are open to new collaborations, please contact us to set up a meeting.
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Annual Reports

Each year, we publish our progress, achievements, and updates on our ongoing anti-slavery initiatives in our annual report.
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