Western society is very much dependant on trampling upon human rights, human dignity and equality. In the era of globalisation what has happened is that these practices have been exported from the metropolitan homelands. People in their millions around the world work for less than dollar a day to produce goods and services consumed in the West by relatively free and affluent Westerners. What the Church should do is follow the example of the prophets and denounce the hypocrisy and injustice of societies that pretend concern about the dignity of man while trampling upon it all around the world. Not to mention abortion at home.
What you imply is exploitation is the introduction of technology and the improvement of life in these countries, we are taking these primitive agrarian societies and industrializing them, we are using our money and our wealth to help them acheive what we were forced to achieve on our own in the 19th Century. Would it be better if we could move them straight from backwards agrarian societies to modern western civilizations overnight? Of course, but this simply isn't possible, the infastructure alone takes decades, if not centuries, to develop; there is the economic infastructure, solid monetary unit, banks, stock markets, etc., etc., which take time to establish and build up; perhaps most importantly, a relatively ignorant people need to become educated, even after the schools are established and the luxury of attending them for several years is made economically viable, generations will be required to bring the society to an intellectual level where it can sustain itself as a western nation, creating wealth primarily through its creative class.
The problem at hand isn't hypocrisy, the problem is reality, as a nation that was primarily agrarian 70 years ago, and has only become truly post-industrial in the past 30-40 years, we simply don't have the means to change the world overnight. However, we have long recognized that it is in our best interest to upgrade the countries world to our current status, our best political think tanks have emphasized that this is essentially the way we must win the war on terrorism, and from an economic perspective, while cheap industrial labour is nice, we can build robots to do that for only a slightly higher upfront cost...what would be infinitely more benificial would be larger consumer markets, more people to buy ipods, music, and prescription drugs: and that market doesn't develop from people making a dollar a day.