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Get in the Frame!

The World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO) celebrates World Fair Trade Day on the second Saturday in May every year and TBS decided to join in the celebrations.

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The World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO) celebrates World Fair Trade Day on the second Saturday in May every year and TBS decided to join in the celebrations.

As Fair trade features in the students curriculum whereby they learn about the role of WFTO and how it believes that trade must benefit the most vulnerable and deliver sustainable livelihoods by developing opportunities for small and disadvantaged producers.

To bring the curriculum to live and mark this day we asked our students to ‘Get in the Frame’ in other words, bring in a Fair Trade product and get in the frame for a picture to raise awareness of this very important day for producers worldwide.

All products will be donated to our partners in the Warsaw Mission.

 

Well done to all those that sought to ‘ Get in the Frame’

 

Michelle O’ Looney

Global Campus Coordinator