Request a Trade Aid educator
Each Trade Aid shop has an education representative or a team of motivated educators who would love to hear from you - and not just for talks...
EMAIL FROM ROOM 1, WAIRAKEI SCHOOL:
"To April Vernon, On behalf of room 1 at Wairakei School we would like to say thank you very much for coming to our class room to teach us about Trade Aid.We learnt what fair trade is. We hope you like the photo, it is of Room 1 students working on their paper mache (attached). From Room 1"
Room 1 at Wairakei School (pictured left), creating paper mache worlds after a talk on Trade Aid and environmental justice.
Trade Aid educators are available for a range of different activities to achieve different aims and objectives - from campaigning about trade injustices and raising awareness about trade issues, to promoting Trade Aid's work. These activities include:
- school assembly presentations
- market stalls
- putting together a display of information
- church talks and goodies tables
- school classroom lessons and activities
- film festivals.
If your idea is not listed above don't hesitate to ask if it is possible. There are no guarantees but we will do our best with the time, skills and resources that we have to provide an educator or resources for your event.
Please allow at least 2 WEEKS advance notice when 'Requesting a speaker'.
Fill in the form below and although there are no guarantees, we will do our best to accommodate your request: