The International Women's Coffee Alliance through its relationship with the UN, International Trade Centre entered into an agreement with the University of Oxford to construct a case study about IWCA's work, and how the organization accomplishes its mission. The case studies theme is to "establish local organizations that provide creditability for women as a stakeholder group to improve their entrepreneurship skills and enhance their ability to challenge the institutional bias against women in the global coffee market.”
The case study will be taught at Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford in London, England on Tuesday, May 21st. The discussion is apart of an event entitled, Women in the World Economy Forum, May 19-21st.
Read more about the event in a blog written by Professor Linda Scott: