Current campaigns

Find out about our current campaigns and join us in demanding a fair deal for farmers and workers.

We campaign to raise awareness of the needs of producers in developing countries, convince people of the good reasons to buy Fairtrade products and to persuade policymakers to change the fundamentally unfair trade system.

Here you can find out about some of the big issues we are campaigning on, join local campaigning groups in your area or even start your own campaign group.

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    Fairtrade Fortnight 2016

    Fairtrade Fortnight 2016 is now over, the visiting producer representatives have returned home and the banana suits have been packed away! The campaign website lives on at If you're looking for resources and support for your events you can still find information here.

  • Homepage button Show Your Hand

    Show Your Hand: Make Trade Fair

    The Prime Minister says trade is the way to tackle global poverty, but his government supports trade policy that is pushing people into poverty. 


  • Stand by sugar cane farmers

    Stand by sugar cane farmers

    A change to EU trade rules is going to push 200,000 people into poverty.

    We're campaigning for the European Union to properly protect the livelihoods of sugar farming communities from their damaging decision.

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    Make Bananas Fair

    Here you'll find the latest news about our campaign to make bananas fair and how its been progressing. 

  • Fairtrade Matters

    Fairtrade Matters

    Fairtrade Fortnight 2015 (23 February - 8 March) saw the premiere of a new special film: Fairtrade Matters.  You can download it here, as well as complementary promotional resources, including posters, a programme and an FAQ.

  • V4FT

    Vote 4 Fair Trade

    Support producers in developing countries by engaging with your Members of European Parliament (MEPs).

  • Fairtrade at 20

    Fairtrade at 20

    The FAIRTRADE Mark turned 20 years old in 2014; reflect upon past achievements and look forward to the future of Fairtrade.