When living in one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, it’s hard to imagine that worldwide there are over 250 million children (four times the UK population) who can’t even read or write.
Just days ago the Mail on Sunday featured a story about T-shirts that had been made in a sweatshop.
Is the Co-operative bank spending £5.5 million on CSR window dressing or reasserting a genuine ethical integrity?
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“Just another corporate easing their conscience & buying charity silence?” May 10, 2013. London, United Kingdom. One of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies and a global charity has announced a 5 year partnership worth more than £15 million. The two organisations are seemingly unlikely partners, given that Save the Children was one of a number […]
“Will the latest Bangladesh fatalities finally bring change to unethical supply chains?” April 25, 2013. London, United Kingdom. Yet another horrific incident has occurred in Bangladesh. On April 24th a factory collapse killed more than 1000 people, injured more than 2,500 and forced a 24 hour rescue operation that rescued more than 2,400 people including […]