Lead for Change Blog November 2014

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UNIVERSITY TIP #1: Build Your Team

November 20, 2014

Work Your Way Through Goal #1: Build Your Team   Goal #1 focuses on building a Fair trade Network on campus. To reach this goal you will need to: Create a team of at least 4 students and 1 non-student (faculty, staff, dining services) leaders on campus The Obstacles The Solutions Generating Interest Find allies across […]

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Event Kits: Fair Trade Your Holidays!

November 11, 2014

Share Your Plans and Get Rewarded Here’s your chance to get hooked up with some great, free materials and samples for that final Fair Trade Event of the year! A number of generous donations have allowed us to support campaigns hosting a Fair Trade Holiday Event. Provide a short explanation of your plans in the comment section below and receive the following […]

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‘Fuel Up’ by Fair Trading Your Finals

November 11, 2014

Share Your Plans and get Rewarded Here’s your chance to get hooked up with some great, free materials for that final Fair Trade Event of the year! A number of generous donations have allowed us to support campaigns hosting a Fair Trade Study Break. Provide a short explanation of your plans in the comment section below and receive the following event package […]

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October Campaign Achievements: Our Campaigns are Going Strong

November 7, 2014

 Let’s hear it for October! We’d like to take a moment to reflect on the success of our campaigns throughout the month. Campaign Badges 11 Badges Earned! 1. Houston, TX – Engage Your Town 2. Lawrence, KS – Engage Your Town 3. Chelsea, MI – Get Some Love from the Media & Reach out to Retailers 4. […]

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Town Tip #2: Engaging Your Local Government

November 5, 2014

Reaching Goal #5: Engaging Your Local Government Goal #5 is about citizen engagement. To reach this goal you will need to complete the following: Pass a Fair Trade resolution, or even better a more formal procurement policy. There may be instances where passing something is not immediately possible, but this must be discussed with the National Organizer.   […]