Query : comercio justo
- Alma Amalia González3
- Alma Amalia González Cabañas3
- Beaufort, Bastien2
- Brisa Ceccon Rocha2
- Eliane Ceccon2
- Harry Vite Cevallos2
- Héctor Carvajal Romero2
- Víctor Javier Garzón Montealegre2
- Achón Rodríguez, Olga,1
- Alba Lucy Giraldo Figueroa1
- Alcocer Cabezas, Evelyn1
- Alfaro, Eduardo1
- Alma Amalia González Cabañas, Coordinadora del número1
- Álvaro Perpere Viñuales1
- Andrea Carolina Castillo Piedra1
- Angel Calle Collado1
- Ángeles Tepox Vivar1
- Angus Lyall1
- Antunes, Diogo de Carvalho1
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Students from València’s Politèccia win the first two awards for the most innovative food product at EcoTrophélia 2011
For their products What’s Café and Ginko, a new way to feed your mind. The first is a melting of milk and coffee to make organic and fair-trade cheese-products Zurano Conches, L. (2011). Students from València’s Politèccia win the first two awards for the most innovative food product at EcoTrophélia...
The dinamics for the marketing of quinua in the Andean countries. The dinamicas for the marketing of quinua in the Andean countries: Opportunities and challenges for peasant family farming?
revalorisation of quinua attracts many interests in both Andean, European and American countries. This Andean product previously marginalised and limited to self-consumption has entered the diet of the urban population in the Andean countries and its consumption is spread in the USA, Europe and othe...
Fair trade in Spanish public opinion. Profiles and guidelines
During recent years, consumer sociology has suggested the emergence of a sense of ‘citizenship through consumption’. This approach has been supported by the emergence and development of alternative proposals such as fair trade (along with others such as responsible consumption, trade in recyclates o...
Peasant participation in the global coffee growers’ market organised in Chiapas
The process of economic globalisation showed significant effects on the agri-food sector. One of the most important was the dominance now of multinational companies in this sector, even in the presence of other alternatives such as organic farming and fair trade. Without embankment, for organised fa...
Fair Trade and Justice: A Case Study of Fair Trade and its Effect on the Freedom of Bolivia’s Indigenous Women
<div><p class="AbstractParagraphsGold">Amartya Sen has written that for justice to be realized, freedom needs to be expanded. Fair Trade, a model of global trade that puts into motion billions of dollars, purports to promote justice, and therefore expands freedom. Fair Trade is a four-pillar structu...
Fair trade: a sand and a development project. The case of castrators in the Matagalpa region.
for our part, we try to study these activities in a wider context than, corno Olivier de Sardan (1995), we will call for fair trade sand involving different actors (producers, state agents, NGOs and development organisations of all kinds, private operators). These actors develop a number of strategi...
Fair trade: an alternative for local development? Fair trade, an alternative of local development?
product of different alternative trade initiatives, Fair Trade can be defined as a type of association seeking sustainable development for excluded or severely disadvantaged producers, which it aims to achieve by offering better trading conditions to producers and providing guidance to consumers. Ov...
PUBLIC POLICIES FOR JOB GENERATION AND RENT: SOLIDARY Economy IN the paradox with opportunity and opportunism
With the advent of globalism and neoliberal policies, Brazil is experiencing one of its biggest crises, resulting in higher unemployment levels in the country. The informalisation and precarious nature of work becomes accentuated, resulting in lower wages and reduced social rights for the worker, fo...
Incentives to Fair trade certification: the case of orange production in the state of Paraná, Brazil
In this article, adherence to Fair Trade principles is seen as a promising alternative for small rural producers. More specifically, the intention is to understand the Fair trade certification process for orange production in the northern Paraná region. The results of the research carried out indica...
COMERCIO JUSTO: TRADUCCIÓN Y COOPERACIÓN EN ECUADOR
Se propone una lectura de la problemática del comercio justo en tanto constituye un conjunto de acciones de traducción, realizadas por organizaciones que se sitúan como intermediarias entre realidades sociales distintas. En la primera parte presentamos los actores de esta problemática y damos cuent...
Abows of the 21st century announced the strength of economic growth supported by the alleged benefits of the neoliberal model. Under this expectation, the concepts of the solidarity-based economy and fair trade were often stigmatised as old and meaningless for a world where the market foresaw develo...
LA PERSPECTIVA DE GÉNERO EN EL COMERCIO JUSTO: UNA REFLEXIÓN ECONÓMICO-ANTROPOLÓGICA
El Comercio Justo como estrategia de desarrollo cuenta entre sus criterios de certificación la igualdad entre hombres y mujeres. Tras un trabajo de campo realizado en Chiapas, se observa que las productoras de café obtienen más beneficios económicos que en el mercado tradicional, sin que ello supong...
A new bet on the part of chaanechoe cafetists. The Small Producers Symbol strategy
The aim of the article is to analyse the potential of the Small Producers Symbol (SPP) as an option to identify whether this coordination mechanism is an option for better peasant participation in capacity building and empowerment for peasant organisations. We are based on literature review, analysi...
“For safe, stable and rights-based employment” for all and all or the meaning of social conflict (for decent work) in current Spanish society
In 1999, in the voice of its current Director-General Juan Somavia, the ILO launched its political programme for the coming years. This programme focuses on the idea and concept of ‘decent work’. In this article we will interpret the concept of ‘decent work’ as meaning ‘fair work’. We will try to sh...
Short marketing circuits for agro-ecological food in Quito, Ecuador: Cooperative Sur Siendo Networks and Sabores
The study presents the equity relationships between the countryside and the city created by the consumers responsible for the cooperative South Siendo Networks and Sabores. The cooperative has created market spaces for agro-ecological products for a population of popular social strata historically l...
The influence of the regulatory framework for pharmaceutical products on public health. Analysis on the basis of Colombia’s ratification of the TRIPs Convention and the Free Trade Agreements with the United States and the European Union
This article aims to study the relationship between availability, prices of medicines and public health interests. To this end, we have used a methodology for analysing the economic interests involved and also a systematic method of dealing with existing national, EU and international legislation. W...
Fair trade, neo-liberalism and rural development: a landmark evaluation
This article looks at the Fair Trade Network in the context of the international post-war development regime. In recent years, the sale of Fair Trade agricultural commodities has grown rapidly in the north and the Fair Trade Network has been relatively successful in winning support from public insti...
LAS METAS DEL MILENIO Y LOS PRINCIPIOS DEL COMERCIO JUSTO.(THE MILLENNIUM GOALS AND THE PRINCIPLES OF FAIR TRADE)
El presente artículo presenta el resultado de una investigación que busca sistematizar y visibilizar la forma como los pequeños productores trabajan para el desarrollo humano, sostenible y el cumplimiento de las metas del Milenio en República Dominicana.Abstract:This paper presents the results of an...
Contemporary debates on regionalism. A look at the Argentinian integration strategy
“Mercosur is the most isolated and protectionist bloc that exists in the world.” By this stark sentence, Argentinian President Mauricio Macri described the same bloc that during his election campaign he had considered the country’s primary circle of international integration in its longstanding ‘ret...
Analysis of the organisational model of a Portuguese Fair Trade Association
Public policies in globalised society
On these days, economic, environmental and political challenges, such as the lack of balanced integration of the global market and uncertainty about the sustainability of life on the planet, make it essential to rethink the role of the State. Public policy analysis is the discipline that makes it po...
Interorganisational relationships in the fair network as a success factor in the production and marketing of green cotton/Interorganizational relationships in fair network as a success factor in the production and marketing of
O Fair trade aims to establish a commercial and cooperative relationship between the links in a production chain, stimulating sustainable production and promoting proportional gains among those involved. Previous studies have analysed other aspects of the agro-ecological cotton production process. T...
Constitutionalisation of international investment law: the cases of indirect expropriation and fair and equitable treatment
This work aims to explore the impact of the rules of international investment law, specifically those of the investment chapters of the free trade agreements concluded by Peru, on economic constitutional law. In particular, the aim is to demonstrate the following: (I) international investment law is...
Is a supranational legal framework for Fair Trade possible?
based on the concern to protect the interests of consumers, non-governmental organisations coordinating the CJ and EU member countries are inclined to build international legal frameworks based on the harmonisation of standards for their regulation in order to enhance their credibility and increase...
Trade in the Granadina Confederation, according to the Corographic Commission, 1850-1856.
the purpose of this article is to carry out an initial assessment of interregional trade in Colombia, just when export development began in the mid-19th century. For this purpose, economic information as recorded by the Corographic Commission led by the military geograph Agustín Codazzi between Janu...