Churches urged to say ‘I do’ to Fairtrade gold

Churches have been asked to encourage couples who are planning to marry to buy Fairtrade wedding rings. The Fairtrade Foundation’s ‘I Do’ campaign aims to raise money and improve conditions for those who mine for gold.

The group says an estimated $1 million (£650,000) could be generated through 50,000 couples choosing 100,000 Fairtrade gold wedding rings. That money could...

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