Our very own young ethical entrepreneurs from Leeds and Huddersfield joined forces with Oxfam in Leeds this week to stage a flash-mob picnic in the City Centre to raise awareness of trade justice and food security issues. Watch the video and read about it here. http://www.oxfam.org.uk/applications/blogs/pressoffice/2011/06/01/leeds-grow-ing-movement-demands-food-justice-for-all/
LYF’s Young Ethical Entrepreneurs join forces with Oxfam in Leeds
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