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A gripping account of the campaigns and successes of the Fairtrade movement by the Director of Fairtrade in Britain
Harriet Lamb has been Executive Director of the Fairtrade Foundation since 2001, after moving from being the Acting Director at the Fairtrade Labeling Organisations International (FLO) in Bonn - the global umbrella body for Fairtrade. Prior to that she led the campaigning work of the World Development Movement and held a range of other roles, including campaigning for a minimum wage in Britain while at the Low Pay Unit. She has travelled widely in the developing world, including spending 18 months in India working with farmers in rural villages and landless labourer co-operatives. Awarded a CBE in the New Year's Honours List 2006 for her contribution to Fairtrade. She is a highly experienced public speaker and media spokesperson and has written a wide range of publications on development issues.
"A useful, accessible book...Readers who are new to Fairtrade will have their eyes opened to a shocking - yet exhilarating - story for our time, while seasoned campaigners will also find food for thought" * Church Times *