Just In: Gap's child labor crisis

The Huffington Post reports that Gap is displaying its commitment to end child labor by labeling its products 'Sweatshop Free'.

The Huffington Post reports that Gap is displaying its commitment to end child labor by labeling its products ‘Sweatshop Free'. PRWeek reported on Gap's crisis team tackling the child labor controversy in this week's issue.

“The ambitious pledge, which would place the firm at the forefront of the battle to end sweatshops, comes in response to an undercover Observer investigation which last week exposed one of the firm's Indian suppliers employing children as young as 10 to make garments.”

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