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Mr. Jason Chen, CEO of Acer: Will you help these cobalt children, please? Children like Dorsen have helped companies make lots of profit. Dorsen works 12 hours a day for as little as 8p or 10̔¢. This is slave labour and a human rights abuse. Your help would be appreciated. Your company would be lauded.
Jason Chen, CEO of Acer Inc.
Will Jason Chen, CEO of Acer Inc. help #Dorsen and the Congolese cobalt children?

Image credit: wired.it/gadget/computer/2014/12/30/futuro-acer-parla-ceo-jason-chen/

Added: 6 April 2017
Our letter, below, was posted: 4 April, 2017
No response yet...
Any thoughts?
No apathy

How to help #Dorsen and children like him
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When children earn as little as 8p a day, every penny helps

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Nokia: disappointing response from Laura. We've written back again...
Companies giving an automated, ongoing response
Samsung, Nokia, Daimler, Vodafone: standard responses. No help offered to Richard and Dorsen
Companies yet to respond...
Cobalt Children, 2017. Consumers and Corporates know it's wrong for children to mine cobalt.
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