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.

  • Cup of Fairtrade coffee

    Fairtrade Friday

    On the last Friday of each month, we come together with companies and supporters to bring attention to the farmers and workers around the world, in some of the poorest countries, who grow the food we eat and make the clothes we wear.

  • Fairtrade Fortnight 2019

    Fairtrade Fortnight

    Each year for two weeks over February and March, Fairtrade puts a spotlight on trade through our Fairtrade Fortnight campaign. Together with the Fairtrade farmers and workers, and campaigners up and down the country, we highlight the difference fair trade can make to lives and communities.

  • Oti Manu and family, Kasapin Cooperative, Ghana

    Brexit - time to make trade fair

    As Brexit moves ahead, we’re in an unprecedented situation. The next few years will see our trade rules rewritten and new trade deals negotiated. It’s likely to mean big changes for us. But for millions of farmers and workers from the world’s poorest countries who rely on trading with us, it could be make or break.

  • Men who work in Fairtrade cotton hold a sign, "I made your clothes"

    Fashion Revolution Week 2018

    On the 5th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed 1,138 people and injured many more in 2013, together with Fashion Revolution we are encouraging people to ask brands, "who made my clothes?".

  • Gold pan with gold and rings

    Discover Fairtrade Gold

    An estimated 16 million small scale miners work in dangerous conditions around the world to provide gold that may end up on our high streets. Exploited by some middle men, and forced to handle hazardous chemicals such as mercury, small scale mining is a harsh and precarious way to earn a livelihood that often leaves miners living in poverty.


    You have the power to do something about this – by buying, and promoting, Fairtrade Gold.