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  1. Slave to Fashion by Safia Minney

    Slave to Fashion by Safia Minney

    Code: BSTF
    Slave to Fashion raises awareness of modern slavery in the fashion industry and shows how it can be eradicated by business and consumers.

    "Safia is a leader in the field of ethical fashion and works with the utmost integrity to develop supply chain, sustainable products, and retail." - Livia Firth, Creative Director of Eco Age and ethical fashion ambassador.

    "The strength of Safia’s book is not just in starting a discussion but in the presentation of a very practical set of solutions that when taken up even by just one person, has the power to turn into a revolution." - Polly Michelle Cunanan, Eco Warrior Princess.

    "What do you know about modern slavery in fashion" A review by the Fairtrade Foundation


    Paperback: 160 pages
    Size: 23.6cm x 18.1cm
    CA$24.95

  2. Migrations: New Short Story Fiction from Africa

    Migrations: New Short Story Fiction from Africa

    Code: BMIGR
    Short Story Day Africa presents its annual anthology. The stories explore true and alternative African culture through a competition on the theme of Migrations. 'Wherever we go, so do our stories.'

    Shortlisted Authors:

    Sibongile Fisher (South Africa)
    Mirette Bhagat Eskaros (Egypt)
    Blaize Kaye (South Africa)
    Megan Ross (South Africa)
    Stacy Hardy (South Africa)
    TJ Benson (Nigeria)

    Paperback: 284 pages
    Size: 194mm x 129mm
    CA$15.95

  3. The Goddess of Mtwara and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2017

    The Goddess of Mtwara and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2017

    Code: BCP17
    The Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere.

    Winner of the Caine Prize 2017: Bushra al-Fadil (Sudan) for 'The Story of the Girl whose Birds Flew Away'

    Shortlisted candidates:
    Lesley Nneka Arimah (Nigeria) for 'Who Will Greet You At Home'
    Chikodili Emelumadu (Nigeria) for ‘Bush Baby'
    Arinze Ifeakandu (Nigeria) for 'God's Children Are Little Broken Things'
    Magogodi oaMphela Makhene (South Africa) for 'The Virus’

    Paperback: 272 pages
    Size: 19.4cm x 12.9cm
    CA$15.95

  4. Every Day is Malala Day by Rosemary McCarney with Plan International

    Every Day is Malala Day by Rosemary McCarney with Plan International

    Code: BMALA
    'Dear Malala, we have never met before, but I feel like I know you.'

    Malala Yousafzai is an inspiration. A young girl living in Pakistan, she was shot by the Taliban simply because she wanted to go to school. Since that moment, she has captured the attention of the world with her bravery, becoming a voice for the rights of girls everywhere.

    This is a letter to Malala, illustrated with beautiful photographs. Girls from around the world express their sympathy, sisterhood and admiration for her. Many of them know first-hand the barriers that stand in the way of girls going to school – barriers like poverty, discrimination and violence.

    In Malala these girls recognize a leader, a champion, and a friend.

    Hardback, 32 pages.
    CA$18.95

  5. The Daily Assortment of Astonishing Things and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2016

    The Daily Assortment of Astonishing Things and Other Stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2016

    Code: BCP16
    The Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere.

    Paperback, 240 pages
    CA$15.95

  6. The Equality Effect by Danny Dorling

    The Equality Effect by Danny Dorling

    Code: BEQUAL
    The Equality Effect is almost magical. In more equal countries, human beings are generally happier and healthier, there is less crime, more creativity and higher educational attainment. Danny Dorling delivers all evidence that is now so overwhelming that it should be changing politics and society all over the world.

    'Here is a book which details - with irrefutable evidence - both the damage caused by inequality, and the benefits we all derive from living in more equal societies. We should all learn from it - and, above all else, act on it.' - Owen Jones.

    Chosen as Book of the Month July 2017 by the Bodleian Social Sciences Library for its "optimistic view of the future".

    The Equality Effect: Improving Life for Everyone, by Danny Dorling delivers evidence that more equal countries enjoy better outcomes, with their populations being happier, healthier and more creative, producing less waste and committing fewer crimes. This optimistic book is a pleasure to read, writes Natasha Codiroli Mcmaster, and encourages us to see greater equality – and its social benefits – as being within our reach. London School of Economics Book Review

    Paperback: 280 pages
    Size: 21.6cm x 13.8cm
    CA$18.95

  7. One World Two: A Second Global Anthology of Short Stories

    One World Two: A Second Global Anthology of Short Stories

    Code: BANTHO
    Another globe-trotting collection of stories, introducing a diverse range of writers (many well-known alongside some new discoveries), narratives and perspectives conveying the reader across continents, cultures and landscapes.

    One World Two is even more ambitious than Volume One in its geographic scope, featuring 21 writers drawn from every continent.

    One World [Vol 1] captures a moment in history representing the changing and evolving world that we are in while reminding us of the enduring nature of the human condition. - World Literature Today

    Also available as an eBook

    CA$18.95

  8. The Bleeding Edge by Bob Hughes

    The Bleeding Edge by Bob Hughes

    Code: BBEDGE
    Capitalism likes us to believe in the steady, inevitable march of progress, from the abacus to the iPad. But the historical record tells of innumerable roads not taken, all of which could have led to better worlds, and still can.
    CA$21.95

  9. The Great Climate Robbery by GRAIN

    The Great Climate Robbery by GRAIN

    Code: BCLIR
    The follow-up to GRAIN’s The Great Food Robbery this title moves on to connect analysis of the food system to larger issues affecting the planet, and link peoples’ struggles over food to climate change.

    "A must read for movements addressing climate change as well as seed and food sovereignty. It shows that industrial corporate agriculture is a major part of the climate crisis, and small scale ecological farming is a significant solution." - Dr Vandana Shiva

    "Lifts up the voices of farmers around the world, explaining why their fight to stop the industrial food juggernaut is the same as the fight for a habitable, just planet." - Naomi Klein, author and environmentalist
    CA$21.95

  10. The Walk by Peter Barry

    The Walk by Peter Barry

    Code: BWALK
    A provocative novel in which a starving African is brought to London to perform for the cameras for charity.

    The Walk is a provocative and unsettling novel about the morality of charity, the media and public relations. Situated in one single week it explores how far you can go to prick the public conscience.

    Paperback: 256 pages
    Size: 194mm x 128mm
    CA$15.95

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