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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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Motorola joins (RED) to help eliminate AIDS in Africa [UK]

Author: (PRODUCT) RED, Published on: 15 May 2006

Motorola today unveils, with the unanimous support of the UK Mobile Industry, (MOTO)RED – the first in a brand new portfolio of mobile handsets created to help eliminate AIDS in Africa. Launched by co-founders Bono and Bobby Shriver at the World Economic Forum last January, (PRODUCT) RED is designed to deliver a sustainable flow of private sector money to the Global Fund to fight AIDS. In an unprecedented demonstration of support, mobile operators and retailers from across the UK (BT Mobile, Carphone Warehouse, Fresh [part of Carphone Warehouse], O2 [part of Telefónica], Orange [part of France Telecom], Tesco Mobile [joint venture Tesco & Telefónica], T-Mobile [part of Deutsche Telekom], Virgin Mobile and Vodafone) have all united behind this initiative.

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Related companies: BT Carphone Warehouse Deutsche Telekom France Telecom (now Orange) Motorola O2 (Telefonica Ltd) Orange T-Mobile (part of Deutsche Telekom) Telefónica Tesco Tesco Mobile (joint venture Tesco & Telefónica) Virgin Mobile Vodafone