Alysha Shivji spearheads campaign to certify Stanford University as a Fair Trade University

Alysha Shivji spearheads campaign to certify Stanford University as a Fair Trade UniversityAlysha Shivji is presently a Research Analyst at Apple in San Francisco Bay Area.

Fair Trade resolution

May 6, 2015 – Alysha Shivji BA ’13 MA ’15 has spearheaded the Stanford Fair Trade campaign to certify Stanford as a “Fair Trade University.” The campaign is in its final steps as it has worked with vendors on campus and sponsored educational activities.
According to Shivji, the campaign has completed four out of the five steps needed to become an officially certified University. The final step is passing a Resolution, which, according to Shivji, “the director of Stanford Dining has agreed to sign.”

The resolution itself advocates a commitment to the consumption or use of food and products that abide by sustainable and ethical practice.

Resolution for Stanford to Become a Fair Trade University UGS-S2015-5

Authors: Alysha Shivji, Cenobio Hernandez

Sponsors: Cenobio Hernandez Committees

Action requested: ⅔ Approval by the Undergraduate Senate

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Associated Students of Stanford University Undergraduate Senate, exercising its representative authority on behalf of all undergraduates:

THAT the ASSU Undergraduate Senate calls upon that Stanford University should dedicate itself to be a Fair Trade University..

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Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

One thought

  1. Alysha Shivji, great job, an Ismaili changing the world, drop by drop. I knew you would be one of the many to change the world. Keep you efforts up. We are all proud of you

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