(Source: Kenyan farmer, Global One 2015)

Supermarket Supply Chains and Workers’ Rights free training workshop

1 October 2015, London

Supermarket supply chains. We are told that it’s all economics – supply and demand, right? But is it always about what the consumer wants or is there more that needs to be considered?

Let’s think about UK farmers campaigning about their sale of milk to supermarkets. They had every right to do so! But for many farmers who have less voice and influence – is this a ‘right’ or an unobtainable ‘luxury’?

Think Global is working with NGO partners in the UK and Europe to consider these questions and find solutions together to ensure that supermarkets’ don’t simply apply the letter of the law when it comes to fair practices but they start to drive change in their supply chains.

If you want to learn, discuss and do more to ensure everyone takes responsibility and makes a commitment to make the world more just and sustainable, book your place now! The event will be held at our offices at CAN Mezzanine, 32-36 Loman Street, SE1 0EH from 9.15am – 2.30pm.

For further information please contact Faaria Ahmad at

01 October 2015 9:15am - 01 October 2015 2:30pm

CAN Mezzanine, 32-36 Loman Street, London SE1 0EH