Acknowledgements: Brazil, México, South Africa Report
We would like to thank Andries du Toit and Charl Swart for assistance with the South Africa report, Martina Borghi,Eurípides Flores and El Barzón for their contributions to the consolidation of the Mexico report and Roberto De Vogli for assistance with the Brazil report.
We wish to extend our gratitude to the CSO networks representatives for their valuable feedback on previous drafts. We are indebted to Malcolm Damon, Loate, Simon Vilakazi at South African Network on Inequality; and Thomas Dunmore from Oxfam GB and Carolina Maldonado Pacheco. Their commentary and feedback helped us to contextualize the country case studies and identify key global trends that can be observed across the researched countries. Finally we acknowledge Sibulele Poswayo for managing the cross-country research project.
South Africa: David Sanders, Leonie Joubert, Stephen Greenberg and Barbara Hutton,School of Public Health and Centre of Excellence in Research on Food Security, University of the Western Cape.
Mexico: Flor Alejandra Bautista Hernández, Irma Cecilia Díaz Rojas & Miriam Lastiri Rito
Brazil: Fabio da Silva Gomes
Acknowledgements: China Report
The authors would like to acknowledge the invaluable contributions of many individuals to the material contained within this report. Particular thanks go to European Union and Oxfam to financially support this report. We also would like to thank SOMO and Solidaridad to support our research on the supply chain of tea and processed tomatoes. The most important, we want to appreciate the farmers, workers and other stakeholders interviewed. Any factual errors or inaccuracies remain the authors’ responsibility.
This report was written by Wu chen, Li Yijie and Cai Feifei from Social Resources Institute(SRI).