Camels And Coyotes

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Camels and Coyotes

Everyone can play the Fairtrade Game

You will need one die and a counter for each player - small coins will do. Land on a square where the footprints begin and you advance to the square where the camel has stopped. Land in the jaws of a coyote and you slide down its tongue to the square where it ends. You must throw the exact number to finish.

Coyote is the Latin American name for a scavenging dog - and an epithet applied to predatory traders. Loosely based on ideas from Ed Mayo/Simon Zadek and the New Economics Foundation.

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