Workshops In Your School

Middle YearsHigh School

Want to bring global issues into your school and classroom in a fun, engaging, and interactive way? MCIC offers workshops to schools, which can be presented to individual classes, or the entire student body.

Students take part in our “Appetite for Change” workshop, which addresses food security issues

Some of our workshops work best when presented to small groups, so in that situation we may ask to run the workshop a few times so that everyone walks away feeling more aware and informed than they previous did! We currently offer workshops on the following topics:

  • Fair Trade and Ethical Consumption
  • Fair Trade Sports Equipment
  • Water
  • Appetite for Change: Global Food Crisis (Global Food Security)
  • Gender & Education
  • Global Poverty
  • Child Labour
  • “Are You More Concerned About A Better World Than A 7th Grader?”, which is a game show developed by MCIC. See Are You More Concerned About A Better World Than A 7th Grader? for more information.

Also, if you need us to customize the workshop to your particular needs, we’d be more than happy to do so. We ask for a suggested donation of $50 whenever we go out and deliver a workshop. If you would like to book a workshop with us, please download the form below, fill it out, and return it to MCIC by e-mail, fax, or mail.

If you have any questions about MCIC’s workshops, please contact

MCIC Fair Trade Manitoba Government of Manitoba Global Affairs Canada

This program was made possible with financial support of the Government of Manitoba,
and was undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada (GAC)