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Documentary Screening & Discussion about Gender in Coffee

  • Extract Coffee Roasters Hatton Road Bristol BS2 9SH United Kingdom (map)

Gender equity involves all of us. It affects us in our daily lives and takes on different meaning depending upon our country, our culture, our jobs and our different expression of gender. What does gender equity mean for a coffee family, a roaster or a coffee drinker? How do we relate to and connect with one another around the same passion for coffee?

Join us for an informative, fun and inspiring event to: 

  • Learn how gender inequities impact farming families and communities

  • Understand how the next generation of farmers could be losing interest in agriculture 

  • Participate in a lively discussion to get to the heart of the issues

Gender in Coffee – A Documentary follows the path of coffee from a smallholder farmer household in Chiapas Mexico into the roasters and cafes where it is enjoyed. An intriguing look into an issue that is taking on more and more prominence in the industry and among consumers. 

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This special screening is held in conjuntion with Extract Coffee Roasters and The Coffee House Project - Bristol's First Coffee Festival. Coffee and beverages will be generously provided by Extract. 

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Gender in Coffee – A Documentary offers an intimate look at coffee farming throught the lense of gender equity. The film follows the path of coffee from a smallholder farmer household in Chiapas Mexico into the roasters and cafes where it is enjoyed. It offers an intriguing and eye-opening look into an issue of critical importance to farming women, their families and communities, and the supply chain as a whole. 

The audience will be invited to reflect on the film and participate in question and answer session to deepen shared understanding on the issue and what can be done.

The discussion session will be hosted by Kimberly Easson, Founder and Strategic Director of the CQI Partnership for Gender Equity. Kimberly will share her experiences from working more than 20 years with coffee growing communities around the world. You’ll see too why investing in all members of coffee farming families is critical to the wellbeing of the entire coffee supply chain.

Donations ware graciously invited and will go to support the work of the Partnership for Gender Equity and projects in coffee producing communities in Ethiopia, Peru and Myanmar.