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For two weeks each year at the end of February and start of March, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to share the stories of the people who grow our food and drinks. mine our gold and who grow the cotton in our clothes, people who are often exploited and underpaid. 

For Fairtrade Fortnight 2021, the theme of ‘Climate, Fairtrade and You’ highlights the growing challenges that climate change brings to farmers and workers in the communities Fairtrade works with. 

Join Nilufar Verjee, Director of Public Engagement at Fairtrade Foundation, who will present to us on the interconnectedness of climate change, Covid-19 and Fairtrade, plus give us some top tips on how to engage others in these complicated, global challenges. 

The presentation will be followed by a Q&A. 

Click here to register on Eventbrite

This event will be broadcast via Zoom. Registration details will be sent out before the event via email.

For further information on this event please contact sustainability@bournemouth.co.uk.

This online event may be recorded. For details in respect of any recording and how it will be made available, please contact the organiser. If you do not want to appear in any recording please notify the host, keep your camera and audio off throughout the event and avoid using any chat function during the event (we will do our best to respond to any questions you have through other channels). For further information, please refer to our privacy notice https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/about/governance/access-information/data-protection-privacy/general-enquiries-public-events-privacy-notice [RA1] 

Please note that before placing an order, you will be asked to agree to Bournemouth University’s terms and conditions (see below). Please read these terms carefully and make sure you understand them before ordering any Products.

Bournemouth University’s Online Event Terms and Conditions

Fairtrade Fortnight: Fairtrade, the climate crisis and engagement

Fairtrade Fortnight: Fairtrade, the climate crisis and engagement

Fri 26 February 2021 15:00-16:00

Online Live

For two weeks each year at the end of February and start of March, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to share the stories of the people who grow our food and drinks. mine our gold and who grow the cotton in our clothes, people who are often exploited and underpaid. 

For Fairtrade Fortnight 2021, the theme of ‘Climate, Fairtrade and You’ highlights the growing challenges that climate change brings to farmers and workers in the communities Fairtrade works with. 

Join Nilufar Verjee, Director of Public Engagement at Fairtrade Foundation, who will present to us on the interconnectedness of climate change, Covid-19 and Fairtrade, plus give us some top tips on how to engage others in these complicated, global challenges. 

The presentation will be followed by a Q&A. 

Click here to register on Eventbrite

This event will be broadcast via Zoom. Registration details will be sent out before the event via email.

For further information on this event please contact sustainability@bournemouth.co.uk.

This online event may be recorded. For details in respect of any recording and how it will be made available, please contact the organiser. If you do not want to appear in any recording please notify the host, keep your camera and audio off throughout the event and avoid using any chat function during the event (we will do our best to respond to any questions you have through other channels). For further information, please refer to our privacy notice https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/about/governance/access-information/data-protection-privacy/general-enquiries-public-events-privacy-notice [RA1] 

Please note that before placing an order, you will be asked to agree to Bournemouth University’s terms and conditions (see below). Please read these terms carefully and make sure you understand them before ordering any Products.

Bournemouth University’s Online Event Terms and Conditions

Fairtrade Fortnight: Fairtrade, the climate crisis and engagement

Fri 26 February 2021 15:00-16:00

Online Live

Fairtrade Fortnight: Fairtrade, the climate crisis and engagement

For two weeks each year at the end of February and start of March, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to share the stories of the people who grow our food and drinks. mine our gold and who grow the cotton in our clothes, people who are often exploited and underpaid. 

For Fairtrade Fortnight 2021, the theme of ‘Climate, Fairtrade and You’ highlights the growing challenges that climate change brings to farmers and workers in the communities Fairtrade works with. 

Join Nilufar Verjee, Director of Public Engagement at Fairtrade Foundation, who will present to us on the interconnectedness of climate change, Covid-19 and Fairtrade, plus give us some top tips on how to engage others in these complicated, global challenges. 

The presentation will be followed by a Q&A. 

Click here to register on Eventbrite

This event will be broadcast via Zoom. Registration details will be sent out before the event via email.

For further information on this event please contact sustainability@bournemouth.co.uk.

This online event may be recorded. For details in respect of any recording and how it will be made available, please contact the organiser. If you do not want to appear in any recording please notify the host, keep your camera and audio off throughout the event and avoid using any chat function during the event (we will do our best to respond to any questions you have through other channels). For further information, please refer to our privacy notice https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/about/governance/access-information/data-protection-privacy/general-enquiries-public-events-privacy-notice [RA1] 

Please note that before placing an order, you will be asked to agree to Bournemouth University’s terms and conditions (see below). Please read these terms carefully and make sure you understand them before ordering any Products.

Bournemouth University’s Online Event Terms and Conditions