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18:00 Category: LSS - Public event (not at Secular Hall)[18:30] LSS: Jamie Woodcock The Gig Economy
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Ralph Dransfield Meet the Producers Ralph is an architect (semi-retired) and a keen photographer. He and his wife have been involved with Traidcraft, the fair trade organisation for many years. They travelled with them to "Meet the Producers" on a number of occasions, visiting Peru, Vietnam, Western India, Nepal and South Africa. In this talk Ralph will focus on their visit to Vietnam which included travelling from Hanoi in the north visiting ethnic tribal craft groups, down to Saigon in the south, staying with craft producers and including a memorable sail on Halong Bay and staying on an island in the Mekong delta. You are welcome to participate for free, but will need the joining information in our weekly email. Sign up at http://leicestersecularsociety.org.uk/register/?p=subscribe&id=1 Or email contact@Lsec.org.uk for login details.

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