We begin by exploring the origins of coffee’s long, complex, and unjust export supply chain that began through the transatlantic slave trade and European settler colonialism with case studies focused on British colonialism in Kenya and India.
This lecture provides a deep dive into the global dynamics that led to the creation of the International Coffee Agreement, and will discuss its goals, its purpose, and its collapse in 1989 that set the stage for the challenges in coffee as we now experience them in our 21st century global industry.
The course is delivered over 2 x 2 hour lectures with questions and answers.
EARLY BIRD PRICING ENDS: 8 MAY GOING UP TO 90 EUROS 9 MAY
Please join the course 15 minutes ahead of the start time.
Note that the start time is 12pm Canada Atlantic time
22 October, 2022 - Lecture 1: 12pm-2pm
23 October, 2022 - Lecture 2: 12-2pm
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