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.”
The Southern California disaster relief efforts was the focus of PRWeek's
News Analysis last week. Now, there has been news about an investigation over whether guardsmen from the California National Guard took
donations intended for the victims of the wildfire.
wrote about the debut of online interactive political forum 10questions. Nogodblog.com is launching a video asking “Is America Unofficially a
Theocracy?” and asking for votes to get the video in the Top Ten for
presidential candidates to answer the question.
PRWeek covered the “Steal a Base,
Steal a Taco” giveaway in this week's PR Play of the Week (with the rating of
“On the right track”), the promo didn't
sit right with others, who saw the $8 million of free advertising as a