Congratulations to our winners of the 2014 Trade Aid Essay competition
The topic was: "International trade and global poverty both feature in today’s globalised world. Discuss what can be done to ensure that international trade reduces global poverty rather than contributes to it.”
National Winners Year 9-10
1st Jotham Harris, Palmerston North
2nd Xin Hai Hu, Auckland
3rd Callum McGill, Petone
National Winners Year 11-13
1st Hyemin Lee, Auckland (no other place winners selected)
Read the two first place winning essays here:
Speaking out for greater justice in world trade is an important part of what Trade Aid does.
What we mean by speaking out is enshrined in our charter in the following objectives:
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