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Fair Trade? Its Prospects as a Poverty Solution

October is Fair Trade Month. What better way to celebrate than with a webinar on the topic!

Fair Trade is a way of doing business that aims to keep small farmers an active part of the world marketplace and to empower consumers to make purchases that support their values. Victor V. Claar raises significant economic and moral questions about both the logical and economic reasoning underlying the fair-trade movement. In this talk  Claar suggests that, for all its good intentions, fair trade may not be of particular service to the poor, especially in the developing world. Don't miss out on this interesting discuussion!

Upon successful completion, participants will receive:
1 hour of professional development credit
Fair Trade?: Its Prospects as a Poverty Solution by Victor Claar

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10/6/2020 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Arkansas River Education Service Cooperative - Economics Arkansas - Remote Location

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