Factories producing silicon wristbands supporting the Make Poverty History campaign violated international ethical standards, reports the U.K.'s Guardian.
"We are now engaging with the supplier to improve conditions in the factory," noted a spokesman for CAFOD, a British Catholic charity that benefits from the sale of the wristbands, which have been worn by thousands, including British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
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|Title Annotation:||BAD NEWS|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2005|
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