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Rassemblez votre énergie et amenez-la pour 4 jours dynamite, destinés à une explosion d’échanges et d’idées. Objectif : nous contaminer encore plus les uns les autres avec le virus du commerce équitable et propager le fair trade jusqu’au plus petit recoin de Mars (plan d’action 2100 pour la première colonie sur Mars).

Vive le Commerce Équitable ! Vive nous tous, qui nous engageons pour ce modèle économique qui sourit aux Humains et à la Terre !

 

PROGRAMME

Jour 1, 14.09: Allemand avec Traduction en Français et en Anglais

Jours suivants: Anglais avec Traduction en  Français et en Espagnol

Pendant la conférence: MARCHÉ AUX BONNES IDÉES avec différents stands!

 

Fair Trade across generations

JOUR 1 : JEUDI – 14.09.2017 (Sarrebruck, centre-ville)

Cérémonie de remise du prix allemand « Capitale de commerce équitable »

11.30 - 12.30 Déjeuner léger
12.30 - 15.30 Cérémonie de remise de titre
Engagement Global, Servicestelle für Kommunen in der Einen Welt (SKEW)
15.30 - 17.30 Visite guidée de la Ville au fil de curiosités touristiques et équitables
17h30 – 18h30 Réception à la mairie en présence de la maire Charlotte Britz
19.00 Spectacle culturel et buffet au palais des congrès
En coopération avec Engagement Global.
Bienvenue - Ulrich Commerçon, Ministre Éducation et Culture de la Sarre
Saarbrücken

JOUR 2 : VENDREDI – 15.09.2017 (Sarrebruck, campus)

08.00 - 09.00 Inscription & café
09.00 - 10.00 Carte d’identité pour une coopération transfrontalière
Prof. Dr. Claudia Polzin-Haumann, Vice-Présidente Europe et International
Université de la Sarre, Première Fairtrade University en Allemagne

Points forts des trois campagnes nationales
• Dieter Overath, Fairtrade Deutschland
• Estelle Dubreuil, PFCE - Fair[e] un monde équitable, France
• Jean-Louis Zeien, Fairtrade Lёtzebuerg

Bienvenue en QuattroPole et QuattroFair
• Charlotte Britz, Directoire QuattroPole et Mairesse de Sarrebruck
• André Sobczak, Vice-Président Nantes MétroPole
• Fleurance Laroppe, Histoire de la QuattroFair
10.00 - 10.30 Pause café
10.30 - 12.00 Débat public sur le rôle de l’Union européenne dans la promotion du Commerce équitable
• Sandra Gallina, Directrice à l’UE Commerce et Développement Durable

Discours et Annonce du Prix européen des Villes de Commerce équitable
• Apports de Jean Feyder
• Débat entre des membres du Parlement européen et le public
12.00 - 12.15 L’UE et le Commerce équitable : perspectives du mouvement Fair Trade et appel à une action commune
Sergi Corbalán, Fair Trade Advocacy Office (FTAO)
12.30 - 13.30 Déjeuner au restaurant universitaire – tables de mise en réseau
13.30 - 15.00 Ateliers – Choisissez le premier !
15.00 - 16.30 FIT for FAIR
16.30 - 18.00 Ateliers – Choisissez le deuxième !
18.00 - 19.30 Ateliers – Choisissez le troisième !
19.30 - 24.00 Dîner et fête
FOR THE PLANET

JOUR 3 : SAMEDI – 15.09.2017 (Sarrebruck & villes de la QuattroFair)

09.00 - 09.30 Café
09.30 - 11.00 International stakeholders in dialogue – latest developments and further visions
• Darío Soto Abril, Fairtrade International (FI-CEO)
• Rudi Dalvai, World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO-President)
• Tadeusz Makulski, International Fair Trade Towns Campaign (Coordinator)
11.00 - 11.30 Coffee-Break
11.30 - 12.30 Portrait du grand succès de trois petits pays :
Rosa Guamán, Fuerzas unidas por el Comercio Justo en Ecuador
Benoît Berger & Elie Karam, Le Liban engagé équitablement
Sophie Duponcheel and Lothar Boeyken, Fair Trade Campaigns in Belgium
12.30 - 13.00 Déjeuner: sandwiches
13.00 - 14.30 Not FAR from FAIRy-SARREBRUCK! Transfer en bus
14.30 - 21.00
BIENVENUE DANS LES VILLES QUATTROPOLE
Quick overview:
Bienvenue à Luxembourg + Metz + Trèves (en trois groupes)

• Accueil par la mairesse/le maire & le/la correspondant/e QuattroPole
• Points forts équitables, liés à une présentation par un producteur
Luxembourg : Marchés publics & textile
Metz : Le commerce équitable « Made in France »
Trèves : Partenariats et mise en réseau
• Découverte touristique
• Fairy-dîner
PROGRAMME LUXEMBOURG 14:30 - 15:30 : Réception dans la salle Tun Deutsch des Casemates du Bock exposition des vêtements de travail Fairtrade de la VDL sur mannequins et explications de M. Nguyen

15:30 - 17:00 : accueil des participants Hôtel de Ville par Madame la Bourgmestre Lydie Polfer avec cocktail Fairtrade de bienvenue
- Anjali Schiavina, Fair Trade Initiative Pondicherry – Production de textiles Fair Trade en Inde
- Fairtrade Letzeburg – Les nouveaux Fairtrade Textiles Standards
- M. Wolf, Ville de Luxembourg, service environnement – Politique municipale d’achats durables de la VDL avec accent sur les achats équitables

17:00 - 21:00 : Rallye Fairtrade et découverte de la Ville

20:00 - 21:30 : Collation
PROGRAMME METZ 14h30 : Accueil officiel des délégués à l'Hôtel de Ville par le Maire Dominique Gros

15h00 : conférence/débat dans le grand salon de l'hôtel de ville sur un thème spécifique au commerce équitable en France et à Metz : le Commerce Equitable Nord-Nord (Intervenants : Marc Dufumier, président de la Plateforme du Commerce Equitable, Gérald Godreuil, Délégué Général de la Fédération Artisans du Monde, un producteur du Nord, un producteur du Sud)

17h00 : prise en charge par des guides de l'Office du Tourisme pour un circuit dans la ville (4 groupes de 25 personnes) intégrant un parrcours « solidaire et équitable »

18h00 : visite libre

19h30 : repas sous forme de buffet
PROGRAMME TRÈVES 14.30 – 17.00:
- Réception à l’Université de Trèves et mots de bienvenue par le Recteur
- Exposé d’Annette Fehrholz, chargée de mission pour les achats publics responsables dans le cadre du travail fait depuis la remise du titre en 2010 « Trèves, Ville du Commerce Équitable »
- Exposés de représentants du partenariat entre Trèves et la Bolivie sur des actions communes en matière de protection du climat et de collecte de vêtements
- Discussion avec le public et Marché aux Idées

17.00 – 19.00:
Visite d’une exposition et de la Ville au fil de curiosités touristiques et de solidarité internationale

19.00 – 21.00:
Réception par le Bourgmestre de Trèves et le Comité de pilotage Fair Trade Town
Buffet offert au Restaurant universitaire
22.30 FUN for FAIR:
Retour à Sarrebruck : Saturday Night Fever !!!

JOUR 4 : DIMANCHE – 16.09.2017 (Sarrebruck, campus)

09.00 - 10.30 Ateliers – Choisissez le quatrième !
10.30 - 11.00 Pause café
11.00 - 13.00 Session plénière
• Remise de nouveaux titres au niveau transfrontalier
par Ulrich Commerçon, Ministre Éducation et Culture de la Sarre
• Retour sur les ateliers
• Conclusions, Résolution et clôture de la conférence
13.00 - 14.00 Déjeuner
14.00 - 16.00 Réunion des coordinateurs nationaux (fermé au public)
14.00 FANS for FAIR: hors programme officiel, mais fortement recommandé !
Pour les personnes malines qui décident, au lieu de rentrer, de s’attarder dans la QuattroPole : allez vite visiter les autres villes de la QuattroPole que vous rêviez de découvrir mais que vous aviez placées en seconde position le samedi. Bien sûr, vous serez en compagnie de nos fairy ambassadeurs/drices !
20.00 - 22.00 Film « La Finca Humana » sur la coopérative de café COMSA au Honduras,
en présence de Betty Peréz.

Lieu: Cinema/Kino Achteinhalb, Nauwieserstr. 19, 66111 Saarbrücken

Pendant la conférence: MARKET PLACE avec différents stands!

Workshops - Ateliers

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Liste des ateliers avec intervenants en anglais avec soutien linguistique en français et en espagnol

 

1. Producer voice in a certification scheme – 50/50 in the Fairtrade system

Speakers:

  • Gudrun Schlöpker, Fairtrade Germany
  • Sol Maria Torres, CLAC - Coordinadora Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Pequeños Productores y Trabajadores de Comercio Justo
  • Sandra Palacio Martínez, Coffee Cooperative COOAGRONEVADA, Colombia

Abstract: The Fairtrade certification system has made a major move when all members decided 5 years ago that Fairtrade should be 50% producer owned and that the services for producer organizations would be provided by producer networks. How does the co-ownership work? What does it mean in practice for small producer organizations, country networks and other local structures of producer self-organization? And how do the continental  Fairtrade Producer Networks organize themselves to reach out to their members all over their continent in order to collect, bundle and represent their views effectively?
Objective: Participants will get an understanding of these issues, guided by a Producer Network colleague from Latin America, a Small Producer Organization leader from Colombia and a representative from German Fairtrade Organization TransFair.


2. Fair Trade Guarantee System for producers and organizations by WFTO

Speakers:

  • Tamara Cotbussen, WFTO Global
  • Lorena Vergara, WFTO Latin America & Campaigner Fair Trade Towns Chile

Abstract: WFTO is since 1989 the global network of Fair Trade Organizations with members in 75 countries around the world. Two thirds of the members are producer organizations in Africa, Latin America and Asia.  In 2013, the WFTO Guarantee System was introduced in order to guarantee that a Fair Trade producer- or trading organization is working according to the global Fair Trade Standards.  More and more organizations now reach Fair Trade guaranteed status every week. As they do, more products produced and traded according to WFTO requirements reach the market. That in turn makes it important to include the WFTO Guarantee System in the Fair Trade Towns policies. This workshop will provide an introduction to the WFTO Guarantee System and explain more about its focus on the Fair Trade Organisation and its Fair Trade practices.


3. Developing a model for Fair Trade Nations and Regions

Speakers:

  • Henk Zandvliet, Fair Trade Holland
  • Martin Rhodes, Scottish Fair Trade Forum
Abstract: The workshop is aimed at those who are already engaged with idea of Fair Trade Nations and Regions as well as those who are looking to explore the concept for the first time. What is a Fair Trade Nation or Region? How can we bring together our understanding of the model and develop it for the best advantage of Fair Trade? What is the value of Fair Trade Nations and Regions? How do national and regional campaigns work with Fair Trade towns? The workshop will look at the Memorandum of Understanding, already signed by 7 national/regional campaigns, and discuss how to gain broader support for it.”


4. Emerging Fair Trade Towns Campaigns

Speakers:

  • Tatsuya Watanabe, Fair Trade Towns Japan
  • Anjali Schiavina, Fair Trade Town Initiative Pondicherry, India

Abstract: Sharing experience (achievements, challenges, etc) of new Fair Trade Towns initiatives and discussing, among others, the ways of building a "Big Tent” (non-partisan broad-based) national campaign. Presentation of the best practices of collaboration of different stakeholders in the specific countries.


5. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Fair Trade

Speaker:
  • Lothar Boeykens, Fairtrade Gemeente, Belgium-Flanders
Abstract: Let’s explore the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a common opportunity for Fair Trade and let’s create an information and best practice sharing group around three topics:
- Universality of SDG and Fair Trade (including the Northern producers)
- The SDGs and Peace (SDG 16)
- Fair Trade and Sustainability in terms of a revolutionary process


6. EU new sugar-policy and its impact on Southern producers

Speakers:

  • Rudi Dalvai, WFTO Global
  • Ruth Salditos, Panay Fair Trade Center ,Philippines

Abstract: Sugar is between one of the most important commodities in international trade. It is also an good example of an important commodity of the colonial eras and also an excellent example for market protectionism in post-colonial eras. Ruth Salditos will present the story of sugar production in Panay, Philippines starting from the colonial period of the Spanish where hundreds of small Mascobado mills has been installed, the impact of the big sugar mill build second part of last century which has led to the drastically declined  of the number of Mascobado sugar mills and the start of the success story of Fair Trade Macobado sugar production in Panay. Rudi Dalvai will give an overview of global production, trade  and consumption of sugar with some figures and stories of protectionism, the new EU sugar policy seen in this context,  and inform about who controls the sugar world market of today.


7. Mobilizing for the new European Award for Fair and Ethical Trade

Speakers:

  • Fabio De Franceschi, European Commission, Directorate General for Trade
  • Joseph Wozniak, International Trade Centre (ITC), Trade for Sustainable Development (T4SD
Abstract: How to support the step forward done by the EU to support Fair Trade?
Let’s check how to contribute to a good understanding and dissemination of the new Award, and try that a considerable amount of cities apply, in order to secure a continuous edition of the Award.


8.How does Fair Trade change our Northern and Southern societies

Speaker:

  • Stefan Silvestrini, Center for Evalutation - CeVAL, Germany
Abstract: Presentation of the main results out of two studies executed by Center of Evaluation, Saarbrücken and discussion: Trend- and Impact Study about Fair Trade in Germany (2017)
Assessing the Impact of Fairtrade on Poverty Reduction through Rural Development (2014)


9. Change us to change them?

Speakers:

  • Giorgio Dal Fiume, Atromercato Italy
  • Marco Coscione, CLAC - Coordinadora Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Pequeños Productores y Trabajadores de Comercio Justo
Abstract: Is the Fair Trade message still actual or outdated? How to have a social impact in a world changed compared to the beginning of Fair Trade?
For Fair Trade it’s mandatory to assess if and how its activities create positive impact at social level, not only for wages of the people and organizations directly involved in Fair Trade, but also for local communities and global issues.
The world has been changing compared to the challenges faced by Fair Trade pioneers: social priorities are different, environmental issues acquire a bigger relevance, globalization increases inequalities, Fair Trade products are in mainstream, the solidarity feeling towards poor Southern people turned into fear and aggressive approach towards migrants. How this scenario challenges the Fair Trade practice? The workshop’s aim is to exchange opinion to possibly innovate Fair Trade mottos, tools and approaches to strengthen its social impact and visibility.


10. Can Fair Trade be applied in conflictual zones?

Speakers:

  • Andrea Monti, Altromercato Italy
  • Elie Karam, Association Baskinta Baytouna, Lebanon
  • Benoît Berger, Fair Trade Lebanon
Abstract: In some conflict-ravaged zones like Middle-East, South-Italy, Colombia experiences have been successfully carried out, showing that Fair Trade - projects can help recover social life and agriculture.

11. Fair Trade and Sustainable Tourism

Speaker:

  • Herbert Hamele, ECOTRANS, Germany


Abstract: Many businesses and tour operators in the global tourism sector are committed to make their offer and services more sustainable, including the use of fair trade products. More than 170 labels on sustainable tourism are operating worldwide!
This workshop presents in one hand how this can be realized through collaboration and through commonly using the Tourism 2030 – DestiNet Services designed for this: presentation of labels, the global map of eco-certified tourism businesses and destinations, examples for the promotion of the “green travel maps” to the tour operators and tourists. In the other hand it will be shown best practice examples from Saarbrücken, Quattropole and from producer countries in the Global South. Finally it will be covered how fair trade is related to tourism and how to enhance the visibility of the fair and sustainable committed businesses in your town and thus gain arguments towards the tourist sector to commit on fair and sustainable practices.


12. Fair and Sustainable Public Procurement – Framework and Best Practice

Speakers:

  • Ann-Kathrin Voge, Engagement Global, Germany
  • Elen Jones, Fair Trade Nation Wales
Abstract: How can Fair Trade Towns implement their aims on Fair Trade and Sustainability into their purchasing practices? What do European, national and regional legal frameworks allow for and how are European cities already using their market power? In this workshop you will get an insight into regulations, strategies and best practices from Germany and Wales.


13. City Marketing for Fair Trade Towns

Speakers:

  • Catja Caloudis, Fairtrade Sweeden
  • Lisa Herrmann, Fairtrade Germany
Abstract: The objective of this workshop is to exchange “best practices” and learn from each other on how to make the commitment as Fairtrade-Town more visible. From City Lights advertisement to smartly integrating fair trade in huge local events – there are many ways to highlight your Fairtrade-Town with low budget and creative ideas.


14. Social media ideas for Fair Trade Towns

Speakers:

  • Daniel Caspari, Fairtrade Germany
  • Suzi Hiza, Fair Trade Communities, USA
  • Laura Perona, Fairtrade Iberica, Spain
Abstract: Confused by Facebook? Twitter got you in a twist? Then don’t switch off but come to our workshop!  The objective of this workshop is to present some outstanding social media campaigns of Fair Trade Towns acivists from different countries, help you out with some guidance on how to use Social Media for your engagement and work together on new and concrete campaigns.
 

15. Fair Trade Universities “Be the change you want to see in the world!”

Speakers:

  • Diego Núñez, Action Group Faire Uni Saar – First Fairtrade-University in Germany
  • Adriana Isabel Ruíz Lopez, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia
Abstract: Universities are producing professionals but not citizens. Therefore there is an urgent need to make the decision makers of tomorrow aware of Fair Trade and benefit of the enormous commitment’s potential that students have as agents of change.
We propose a workshop in which we will see why is it important for your town to start a Fair Trade University’s campaign, share best practice examples on how to manage a successful campaign based on experiences from universities in the global south and north and finally network yourself with this movement of more than 200 universities worldwide.


16. Teaching and Learning through Fair Trade

Speakers:

  • Maike Schliebs, Fairtrade Germany, Campaign Fairtrade Schools
  • Florian Ablöscher, Fairtrade Austria
Abstract: The objective of this workshop is to exchange on “good practices” and learn from each other on different modalities of how Fair Trade can be explored in schools. This includes teaching resources, activities and cooperations. In addition, participants will learn about the campaign “Fairtrade-Schools”. Becoming a Fairtrade School means joining a worldwide movement – a movement where young people learn that, whatever their age, they have the power to make a difference in the world. Different partners will share their experiences on how to bring fair trade to schools and their environment.


17. Strategies to keep steering groups going

Speaker:

  • Adam Gardner, Fairtrade Foundation, UK


18. Networking experiences

Speakers:

  • Claire Fischer, Swiss Fair Trade
  • Representant Faire Metropole Ruhr, Germany

 

SPECIAL WORKSHOP for schools on Friday 15th to be held by Southern guests

Mise à jour le 14.08.17 - Sous réserve de modifications

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