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eBook Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles ePub

by Harriet Lamb

eBook Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles ePub
Author: Harriet Lamb
Language: English
ISBN: 1846040833
ISBN13: 978-1846040832
Publisher: Rider & Co; UK ed. edition (February 7, 2008)
Pages: 256
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 477
Formats: lrf docx azw txt
ePub file: 1362 kb
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In her book "Fighting The Banana Wars", Harriet Lamb describes how "As we sat there and she showed me pictures of her baby, rage . Harriet Lamb is the author of Fighting The Banana Wars and other Fairtrade Battles, pub. 2008 by Rider Books, ISBN 978-1-84604-083-2.

In her book "Fighting The Banana Wars", Harriet Lamb describes how "As we sat there and she showed me pictures of her baby, rage bubbled up inside me because the companies knew of the dangers of this chemical but they ignored them. I have never, ever forgotten Maria. Previous campaigning activities include the UK Minimum Wage Campaign at the Low Pay Unit and for refugee rights. She has lived and travelled widely in the developing world.

Fighting the Banana Wars. has been added to your Cart. Harriet Lamb is executive director of the Fairtrade Foundation. Prior to that she led the campaigning work of the World Development Movement and held a range of other roles, including campaigning for a minimum wage in Britain. She has travelled widely in the developing world, including spending 18 months in India working with farmers in rural villages and landless laborer co-operatives.

It started very small and full of hope. But its daring campaigns have placed Fairtrade goods at the heart of the supermarket shelves. From bananas and coffee beans to cotton and chocolate, Fairtrade has grown to become an important global movement that has revolutionised the way we shop.

As Harriet Lamb, Director of the Fairtrade Foundation, explains in this fascinating story, Fairtrade is about a better deal for workers and famers in the developing world

As Harriet Lamb, Director of the Fairtrade Foundation, explains in this fascinating story, Fairtrade is about a better deal for workers and famers in the developing world. It's about making sure the food on our plates, and shirts on our backs, don't rob people in other countries of the means to feed or clothe themselves. She explores the journey, through an often unjust system, that Fairtrade items make from farm to consumer. And she uncovers the shocking cost of our demand for cheaper food. From bananas and coffee beans to cotton and chocolate, Fairtrade has grown to become an important global movement that has revolutionized the way we shop. As Harriet Lamb, director of the Fairtrade Foundation, explains in this fascinating story, Fairtrade is about a better deal for workers and famers in the developing world

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Harriet Lamb is Chief Executive of Fairtrade International, the umbrella body for Fairtrade across the world. From 2001-12 she was Chief Executive Officer of the Fairtrade Foundation in the UK and before this was Banana Co-ordinator for Fairtrade globally. Harriet has lived and travelled widely in the developing world, including working with farmers and landless labour co-operatives in India. Her awards include a CBE for her contribution to Fairtrade and in 2013 she became the first female Honorary Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge University. Country of Publication.

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It examines fair trade policies and labeling as a positive alternative for workers on plantations where harsh working conditions and environmental . Lamb, Harriet (2008). Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles. London: Rider & Co. ISBN 1-84604-083-3.

It examines fair trade policies and labeling as a positive alternative for workers on plantations where harsh working conditions and environmental damage are the norm. The film was made by independent film-maker Nick Shaw and introduced by the political activist and comedian Mark Thomas. This educational resource (the film and corresponding teacher action booklet) was quickly taken up by leading British NGO's (OXFAM, People & Planet). Bananas Unpeeled on IMDb.

Harriet Lamb new books Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade . Explore the world of Penguin Books.

Harriet Lamb new books Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles Free Online. Fighting the Banana Wars and other Fair Trade battles by CEO of Fairtrade International Harriet Lamb has been revised and updated in the year of the FAIRTRADE Mark in the UK. Fighting the Banana War and Other Fairtrade Battles: How We Took on the Corporate Giants to Change the World. Lose yourself in a book, find your next read and hear from the authors you love.

It started very small and full of hope. But its daring campaigns have placed Fairtrade goods at the heart of the supermarket shelves. From bananas and coffee beans to cotton and chocolate, Fairtrade has grown to become an important global movement that has revolutionised the way we shop. As Harriet Lamb, Director of the Fairtrade Foundation, explains in this fascinating story, Fairtrade is about a better deal for workers and famers in the developing world.It's about making sure the food on our plates, and shirts on our backs, don't rob people in other countries of the means to feed or clothe themselves. She explores the journey, through an often unjust system, that Fairtrade items make from farm to consumer. And she uncovers the shocking cost of our demand for cheaper food. There is much still to be done. But by hard work and high ideals, Fairtrade is starting to transform the lives of over 7 million farmers, workers and their families, and is a powerful symbol of how extraordinary change can be achieved against all the odds - by us all.
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