Telelearning Session 14 Procurement and the Social Economy: The Canadian Context
* What is the impact of different purchasing policies on communitydevelopment?
* What challenges do governments face in developing ethical purchasingpolicies?
* How does ethical trade fit in as a component of the alternativeresponse to the global economic crisis?
If you want to know the answers to these questions and more, please join:J.J. McMurtry, Coordinator of the Business and Society Program at YorkUniversity, and Brendan Reimer, Prairies/Northern Territories RegionalCoordinator for the Canadian CED Network, in an engaging telelearningsession hosted by David LePage Program Manager of Enterprising Non-Profits.
Call Logistics:· Session Date: Wednesday May 13, 2009·
Call begins at 12:00 pm Eastern time, 9:00 am Pacific time·
Call in information will be given upon registration·
Register before May 11th to obtain dial in information and backgroundpapers·
This session is in English.
Session Format: 1 HourWelcome: 5 minPresentations: 10 min by each speakerDiscussion: 35 minutes Registration:Register by phoning 1-250-472-4976 or, E-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, location, and work orvolunteer position.
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