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By Blundell, Sally
"The history of the founders of Trade Aid, New Zealand couple Vi and Richard Cottrell, who travelled to India to work with Tibetan refugees in the 1970s. It also covers the development of fair trade, the rise of political activism in this country and the establishment of a busine...ss model now respected across the globe ... Traces Trade Aid from its inception as a small idealistic enterprise that aimed to provide market access to the world's poor, to a group of 28 shops throughout New Zealand that has engaged thousands of New Zealanders as staff, volunteers and customers"--Publisher information.Read more
Edited by Blundell, Sally
Features well-known New Zealand writers, poets, novelists, and even an economist, who write about their favourite local artist. This work includes a graphic essay (Dylan Horrocks on Barry Linton) and two poems (Jenny Bornholdt on Mary Macfarlane and Anne Kennedy on John Reynolds)...; and other essays such as Fiona Farrell on Gavin Bishop.Read more
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By Blundell, Sally; Edited by Brazier, Chris
A completely new investigation of the fair trade phenomenon, from the origins to what it is likely to become.
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