Fairtrade–The Business Case: Lessons & experiences from 15 years of campaigning within Coop UK

Fairtrade–The Business Case: Lessons & experiences from 15 years of campaigning within Coop UK : Wednesday 20 September

Channel Islands Cooperative Society & the Jersey Fairtrade Island Group

This event will be a must-attend for anyone in the business, public or charity/voluntary sectors with an interest or involvement in corporate social responsibility, campaigning and ethical sourcing.

Brad has worked tirelessly for two decades to influence the decisions made within the Coop about Fairtrade – keeping its light shining even when others wanted to switch it off in the dark times. Take a closer look at a box of Co-op 99 Fairtrade Tea and you’ll see a photo of a smiling lady called Betty standing in the middle of a tea plantation in Kenya. That photo was taken by Brad on one of his many missions to meet the producers behind the products we sell in our stores.

Wed 20 September 2017

08:00 – 09:30 BST


Pomme d’Or Hotel

Liberation Square

St Helier



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