Home / Resources / The Business of Food: Who Makes the Rules? Resource Title The Business of Food: Who Makes the Rules? Summary This resource has been developed for teachers to use to explore, with their students, the impact of trade on hunger and poverty in the developing world. Resource Details Author: TrócairePublisher: TrócaireCountry of Publication: IrelandYear: 2010Page Count: 16Duration: 17 mins Curriculum Subjects: Business Studies, Civic Social and Political Education, Economics, GeographyIntended Audiences: 12-15 Years, 16+ years, Junior Cycle, Transition YearFormats: Activity Pack, DVD, Video ClipTopics: Development, Economics, Fair Trade, Geography, Human Rights, Hunger, Justice, Poverty, Trade, Transition YearSDGs: 12. Responsible Consumption and Production, 6. Clean Water and Sanitation, 1. No Poverty Description Part 1: Trade and the Right to Food (4:40mins) Part 2: Rural Livelihoods and Global Markets (7:27mins) Part 3: Families, Agriculture and Food (5:10mins) The resource has been written to compliment Civic, Social and Political Education curricula (CSPE). It contains: classroom and lesson plans; a DVD with video footage of stories from developing countries; ideas for taking action; student handouts; role-plays; case studies (such as water supply affected by Coca-Cola bottling plants in India) and a glossary of key terms. Available from:Download The Business of Food PDF Support videos on YouTube: Part 1: Trade and the Right to Food (4:40mins) Part 2: Rural Livelihoods and Global Markets (7:27mins) Part 3: Families, Agriculture and Food (5:10mins) These videos are also available on Vimeo.