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When football unites the world everyone wins

Every four years, billions of people around the globe contract a strange, temporary condition; symptoms include hope and heartache, delirium and despair, and in some cases, an unhealthy obsession with wall charts and miniature flags.

8 Fundraising Ideas to Raise Money for Charity

Here are eight fun fundraising ideas to help you raise money for charity...

Farmers plant 200,000 seedlings to replace lost crops after Kerala floods

Four months after the worst floods in a century caused devastation across Kerala, we hear from the director of a local farmers’ cooperative and newly appointed Chairman of Fairtrade Network of Aisa and Pacific Producers (NAPP), Bijumon Kurian:

Festive Fairtrade Christmas gifts and ethical treats

Get your Fairtrade Christmas all wrapped up with this wonderful selection of ethical lovelies. 

What Chocolate Companies are doing to fight slavery

Did you know that today there are more slaves than at any other time in history, including when the transatlantic slave trade was at its peak?

10 Fairtrade products to try this summer

It’s time for another round up of Fairtrade products which get a big summer thumbs up from us.

Why you should be drinking Fairtrade wine and where to find it

You probably know that Fairtrade wine is a thing. But did you know that Fairtrade wine from Lebanon is the thing? As in, flying off the shelves at around 500 Co-op stores? Charge your glass and allow us to explain the story of Lebanese wine.

6 Fairtrade snack ideas to celebrate the Women's World Cup

With the FIFA Women's World Cup in full swing, all this cheering is making us peckish. From healthy snacks to delicious thirst-quenchers, here are 6 Fairtrade products to get you in the World Cup spirit! 

8 ways Fairtrade farmers protect the environment

Farmers say climate change is one of the number one threats they face. Millions of farmers around the world who rely on agriculture for their livelihoods are among the worst affected.