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The Indiana University Anti-Sweatshop Advisory Committee
presents an interdisciplinary conference

The University and Fair Trade
September 29-30, 2005
Indiana University - Bloomington

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Session 1: Conditions in garment factories

1:00-2:15 pm, Ballantine Hall 004
Opening Remarks: Dean of Students Richard McKaig, Chair of the Indiana University Anti-Sweatshop Advisory Committee
Screening of documentary film "Sweating for a T-Shirt"
Philip Shelton, Indiana University, No Sweat!
Mark Franciose, Purdue University, United Students Against Sweatshops
Moderator: Albert Ruesink

Session 2: What is Fair Trade?
3:00-5:00 pm, Ballantine Hall 004
Professor Christiana Ochoa, School of Law, Indiana University
Professor Mehrene Larudee, International Studies Program, DePaul University
Scott Nova, Executive Director, Worker Rights Consortium
Moderator: Lynn Duggan

Reception: 5:00-6:00 pm, Ballantine Hall 004

Friday, September 30, 2005

Session 3: The University’s Current Role in Fair Trade
9:30-11:30 am, Ballantine Hall 004
Jenny McDaniel, Vice President of Licensing & Trademarks, IURTC, Indiana University
William Hoye, Associate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, University of Notre Dame
Jim Wilkerson, Director, Trademark Licensing & Stores Operations, Duke University
Moderator: Isabel Piedmont

Lunch: 11:45-12:45 pm
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, Grand Hall

Session 4, The University’s Future Role in Fair Trade
1:00-3:00 pm, Woodburn Hall 007
Mark Franciose, Purdue University, United Students Against Sweatshops
Ursula McTaggart, Indiana University, No Sweat!
Scott Nova, Executive Director, Worker Rights Consortium
Moderator: Purnima Bose

No registration is required.

Organized by Indiana University’s Anti-Sweatshop Advisory Committee.

Sponsors: Dean of Students Office, Office of the Vice President and Bloomington Chancellor, International Programs, Horizons of Knowledge Lecture Series, Cultural Studies, Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures, Gender Studies, Center for the Study of Democracy, Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Department of Anthropology, Bloomington Professional Council, Progressive Faculty Coalition, and Division of Labor Studies.

Visitor Information: For a campus map and parking information, as well as other information for visitors to IU-Bloomington, please click here.

For more information, please contact Isabel Piedmont via e-mail or by phoning (812) 855-5458.