'Shift Change: Putting Democracy to Work' - film screening and discussion

Friday, April 19, 2013 - 23:00

Shift Change - Putting Democracy to Work

Friday, April 19
7 pm
Club Saw - Saw Gallery, Arts Court
67 Nicholas Street, Ottawa

 

with special guest Santiago Paz from CEPICAFE Co-operative, Peru
By donation at the door

 

SHIFT CHANGE: PUTTING DEMOCRACY TO WORK tells the little known stories
of employee-owned businesses that compete successfully in today's
economy while providing secure, dignified jobs in democratic workplaces.

Immediately following the movie will be a discussion and presentation
by Santiago Paz from CEPICAFE, speaking on the success of the Fairtrade
and Co-operative movement in Peru in altering the economic landscape
for small-scale farmers and creating meaningful and democratic working
conditions.

 

By donation at the door.

 

All monies collected over and above the screening costs will go back to

Bullfrog Films to subsidize future presentations of the film

 

http://shiftchange.org/
http://www.bullfrogfilms.com/catalog/shift.html

 

Contact:
Kelly Storie
LA SIEMBRA CO-OPERATIVE
COOPÉRATIVE LA SIEMBRA
613 235-6122, ext. • poste 290
kelly@lasiembra.com 

Club Saw - Saw Gallery, Arts Court
67 Nicholas Street
Ottawa , ON
Canada
45° 25' 30.7092" N, 75° 41' 19.7196" W
Ontario CA
Kelly Storie

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