Constructive Dialogue on Globalisation Issues
1st July, London Metropolitan University, Moorgate EC2N 6SQ
- Finbarr Carter, Just Business, Labour behind the Labels
- David Croft and Jacqui MacDonald, Co-op, Commodity Supply Chain and the impact on Growers
- Russell Davies, HopeHIV, Hope for the Orphan Generation?
- Franc Jegede, University of Derby, Northern and Southern Perspectives
- Muriel Johnson, Marks and Spencer, Global Product Sourcing
- William King, Company of World Traders, International Co-operation in Raw Material Supply Chain
- Adam Komorowski, VSO, Volunteering and Development - Value for money?
- Philip Quin, Nottingham Trent University, Economics and Environment
"Each workshop gave out challenging ideas"
The workshops enabled delegates to engage and actively explore issues with leaders from business, public and voluntary sectors. This opportunity to have direct contact with such representatives is not common, and feedback has shown that the delegates appreciated this opportunity to have such close contact.
Each delegate attended three workshops out of the themes above with a mixed group of students from different schools. Within the workshops, time was given to explore a range of different issues and points of view on the theme. This allowed the delegates to consider a wide range of information. Whilst each workshop was unique, in all workshops the issue was introduced and task set to be completed by the group.