TVIND/Humana is banned from collecting clothes “for charity” in German province

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Humana is banned from collecting clothes “for charity” in German province

The ADD, an authority in the German province Rhineland-Palatinate has banned Humana from collecting clothes “for charity”. While commercial collections remain allowed, Humana has to change the print on their containers by June 19th

“Where are your donations going?” – KSTP-TV investigation into U’SAgain

The TV station KSTP in St Paul, Minnesota, has investigated clothes collecting boxes placed by U’SAgain and “discovered that all collection boxes are not the same”.    Watch the video.

Second part of Fox TV investigation into Planet Aid

The follow-up to Fox TV Washinton’s investigation into Planet Aid was broadcast on 10th June 2009. You can watch it on the site or by visiting the website of Fox TV.

Humana’s next target: Latin America

Tvind Alert reveals that The Teachers Group-conquistadores next target for their so-called charity, Humana People to People (HPP), is Latin America, with the group now moving in to Bolivia.    Development Instructors signing up for ‘aid volunteering’ will increasingly be sent as ‘cheap labour’ to TG farms, factories, timber enterprises and plantations throughtout South America.

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