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Fairtrade has a committed programme of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) that supports learning and improvement.
2019 marks 25 years since Fairtrade certified products first became available to buy in the UK. Here, we look back over the Fairtrade timeline, from when it was established in 1992 right up to the 25th anniversary of the FAIRTRADE Mark, which we celebrate in 2019.
Find out how we've been doing - read our social and annual reports here.
A new Twin report has found that recognising and investing in women farmers is good for business and development. Fairtrade and Twin call on businesses to smash ‘glass ceiling’ for women small farmers who play a vital role in global food production.
- Brand new FAIRTRADE Marks for gold and precious metals simplify labelling
-They signify strengthened standards on health and environmental protection for miners
-Round-table discussions with miners will coincide with international meeting on mercury misuse
Fairtrade International has unveiled its new standard and pricing for gold, silver and platinum and new ways of working with the jewellery industry at a landmark round table in London on 9 - 10 October 2013.
A BOLTON primary school has been awarded the coveted accolade of becoming the 1000th Fairtrade School in the UK.
Harriet Lamb, Chief Executive of Fairtrade International, is today made an honorary fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge University – the first time the college has given the honour to a woman.
The Daily Mirror has today (13 February) published a story regarding the conditions of workers on flower farms in the Naivasha region of Kenya.
The Fairtrade Foundation has welcomed comments by Baroness Miller in the House of Lords, highlighting the vulnerability of the food system.
Find answers to some of the questions that are frequently asked about Fairtrade.
Ever wondered how many farmers and workers are involved with Fairtrade? Or how the Fairtrade Premium is used? Here's a snapshot from our latest data.
Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.