Recording of the webinar of The Rethinking Value Chains Network
The corona virus is currently affecting people's working lives and everyday life worldwide. But how exactly is the crisis affecting small farmers? And how can they be supported during this time?
These were the questions addressed in the webinar "Impact of the corona virus crisis on small farmers and workers in global value chains across the textiles, food and electronics supply chains" on April, 9, 2020 from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. (CET).
In one and a half hours the impact of the corona crisis on small farmers and workers in global value chains was demonstrated. Measures that organisations can take were also discussed. This webinar was organized by the Rethinking Value Chains Network with support from the Initiative for Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains (INA).
After the input from the following speakers:
Kahlil Apuzen-Ito - Foundation for Agricultural Reform Cooperatives in Mindanao (Philippines),
Tim Aldred - Fairtrade Foundation (UK),
Dominique Miller (Labour Behind the Label),
Clean Clothes Campaign UK) and
Peter Pawlicki - Electronics Watch
there was time for questions and discussions with the participants.
Here you can find the recording of the webinar: https://vimeo.com/407562104