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Volkswagen – you’re a brilliant company. Why such an unhelpful, cautious, unimaginative response? Children cannot eat reports. Ja?

Oh dear. Volkswagen come back with a typical politically correct response with no offer of practical help for the cobalt children. I write back. Have you any intention of helping in a practical way? I point out that children cannot eat reports. Our follow-up email to Volkswagen, 10 May 2017. This is the afternoon before …

Communicating with Nokia. They’re Finnish and that should tell us something.

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Image credit: www.visitfinland.com Update: 11 May 2017. My optimism was misplaced. I received, via Laura Okkonen, a letter full of corporate waffle with no offer of practical help from Nokia. Have since written back… nothing in response… yet.   Below is my follow-up email to Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia, and Laura Okkonen of Corporate …

Sky News: you describe Dorsen and Richard as “hopeless”, then seem to block all attempts to help them

From: Flinty Maguire, Cobalt Children [mailto:hello@cobaltchildren.org] Sent: 20 April 2017 17:22 To: ‘news.plan@sky.uk’ <news.plan@sky.uk>; ‘alex.crawford@sky.com’ <alex.crawford@sky.com> Cc: Kimbilio Ian Harvey (ian@congochildrentrust.org) <ian@congochildrentrust.org>; ‘Catherine Mutindi’ <catherinemutindi@gmail.com>; ‘mark.dummett@amnesty.org’ <mark.dummett@amnesty.org> Subject: Dorsen and Richard, child cobalt miners, DR Congo Importance: High   Dear Sky News   Huayou Cobalt, China, the company which has a history of buying cobalt …

Email to CEO of Samsung: Mr Boo-Keun Yoon: Will you help cobalt children?

26 March 2017: I’ve just sent this to the CEO of Samsung, Mr Boo-Keun Yoon. The company has had difficulty with corruption. It’s disheartening. We have bought Samsung products for years. Our latest digital TV, and our smartphones are Samsung. My daughter owns Samsung products. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if this company responded positively to …