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The No-Nonsense Guide to Fair Trade (No-Nonsense Guides)

Sally Blundell

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An in-depth look at two decades of a global movement that aims to challenge the ethical foundations of the free market, and a critical analysis of the state of fair trade today. Sally Blundell explores the origins of fair trade and what it is likely to become in the face of growing disparities between the principles and the practice.

Sally Blundell is a freelance journalist and writer in Christchurch, New Zealand. She has conducted research, interviews, and reports for Trade Aid, New Zealand's largest fair trade organization. She has written a history of the Trade Aid Movement.

New Internationalist, 9781780261331, 141pp.

Publication Date: December 24, 2013



About the Author

Sally Blundell is a freelance journalist and writer in Christchurch, New Zealand. She completed a PhD in 2009 from the University of Canterbury on responses to trauma in contemporary literature. More recently she has edited two books on contemporary art and has recently finished a history of Trade Aid, New Zealand's only homegrown fair trade organization and a member of the World Fair Trade Organization. Over the last decade she has also conducted research and interviews for Trade Aid on trade-related issues.