In this email, you'll find the latest news and useful resources published by the Living Income Community of Practice. In this edition, we also flag a number of relevant resources in the living income scene.
News from the LiCop
WORKSHOP |Living Income CoP Interactive Virtual Workshop
We are taking proactive steps to ensure that the unfortunate cancellation of the LI Workshop on April 6-7 in Abidjan does not slow the dynamic exchange needed on Living Income. To keep the discussion moving, we will be shifting our effort to create several online virtual sessions. The first one will take place on April the 7th. For more information, a detailed agenda and to register, visit: https://www.living-income.com/living-income-event-2020
GUIDANCE | Using the HEA for measuring actual incomes and the income gaps
The Living Income Community of Practice recently published guidance on the use of the Household Economy Approach (HEA) to support understanding around farmer circumstances and income improvement. Read more here
ARTICLE | Living Income: A Story From Measurement to Impact
Everyone has the right to a living income. Yet, as we move into a new decade, there are still around 500 million smallholder farming households globally, comprising a large proportion of the world’s poor living on less than $2 a day. Something needs to change. Keep readinghere
FLYER | Guiding steps towards living income in the supply chain - How to mainstream living income in your company’s activities. Browse here
WEBINAR | Closing the income gap: What Works to raise Farmer Incomes
Join the Living income Community of Practice in a conversation with partners of the Mars Farmer Income Lab on their cutting edge research released on effective approaches to improving small farmers incomes. Watch here
PODCAST | Learning from the Tea Industry - An interview with Sara Roberts, Executive Director of Ethical Tea Partnership. Listen here
WEBINAR | The use of technology to drive consumer action. Watch here
WEBINAR | Understanding actual incomes using the Household Economy Analysis (HEA). Watch here
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