Don’t miss: In discussion with fairtrade farmers, sunday 11:30 am (FREE)
Two Kenyan Fairtrade farmers on the front line of the climate crisis, join us on Zoom for a conversation with Fairtrade Foundation CEO Michael Gidney.
A festival of climate, fairtrade and you
22 February to 7 March 2021
Farmers behind our food are on the front line of the climate crisis. But there’s hope. Join our global community during Fairtrade Fortnight 2021 for a free festival of online events and activities to entertain, educate and inspire us all to choose the world we want to see…
Live Interview and Q&A on Fair Trade
In this event, Sussex University Development Society will be joining the city’s Fairtrade group members to get insights on the evolution of Fairtrade, the impact of Covid-19 on farmers and workers and ethical consumption. Come to discuss the importance of promoting the voices of artisanal producers!
Bruce Crowther MBE talks about writing his book, ‘Not in My Lifetime’
Join legendary fair trade campaigner – the father of the International Fairtrade Towns movement – in conversation with Writer in Residence for Kirklees, Christina Longden. Bruce will talk about his journey through fair trade and his approach to writing the book. (This event is supported by Kirklees Libraries.)
Climate Justice for a Fairer World / Cyfiawnder yr Hinsawdd am Fyd Tecach
Host: Fair Trade Wales
Climate Justice for a Fairer World panel discussion – organised by Swansea Fair Trade Forum and Swansea Environmental Forum, supported by Fair Trade Wales. We have brought together a wealth of expertise on climate, fair trade, education and community action to share their views and experience on this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight theme – climate justice. The event will include opportunities to ask questions and share ideas.
Fairtrade Fortnight Resources
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