Articles tagged with: Fair Trade
Mining For Smartphones – “The Tin Mines of Bangka Island”
The first episode of a new three part documentary series produced by Friends of the Earth showing the environmental impact of tin mining on Bangka Island.
About the project:
Behind every successful and male dominated social movement, union and political party there are the women. Often doing more than their share of organizing social change, and still bearing way more than …
In Africa, non-tariff trade barriers raise transaction costs and limit the movement of goods, services, people and capital across borders. To further development, African governments must embrace regional integration, break down these barriers and help …
Trade or Aid? Over the next several week’s we will be exploring the many complex issues of trade vs Aid.Please join in and leave your comments.
Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai argues that well-intentioned aid to …
Snippet of speakers at the GlobalNet21 meetup on Migration, Vulnerable Communities and Exploitation. Recorded and edited by Rachel McAthy.
Trafficking is a huge global problem that happens in both developing and developed countries. The purpose of this meeting is about being aware of the problem and its magnitude and then discussing what we …
The conference on Ethical Trade, at the Goodenough College, London, on November 12 & 13, 2010, offered 2 tightly scheduled days, where qualified speakers followed one another.
On November 8th, 8pm, UK’s Channel4 emitted a documentary on sweatshop labour factories that work for fashion retailers such as TopShop and NewLook. What was it all about?
The Travels of a T-shirt in the Global Economy –
An Economist Examines the Markets, Power, and Politics of World Trade
by P. Rivoli
Review by: Pamela Ravasio, @PamelaRavasio, Managing Editor
of GlobalNet21 blog
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