Join us in demanding a fair deal for the farmers and workers who produce our everyday foods and goods.

Fairtrade campaigners speak up about the rights and needs of farmers and workers in countries disadvantaged by our fundamentally unfair global trade. We explain why it’s so important we choose Fairtrade, and why we must persuade politicians and businesses of the need for radical change to win a fairer future.

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. Make sure you don’t miss any chances to make a difference by signing up to get campaigns email updates.

Current campaigns:

Fairtrade and climate justice

Millions of people across the globe who provide us with our food and fashion are on the front line of the climate emergency. They’re trapped in an unfair trading system that will only drive us further into crisis. 

Fairtrade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight celebrates the farmers and workers who grow the food we eat, promoting a living wage and fair trade.

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.

The fight for living incomes

In 2019, we launched an ambitious new public campaign, one that would ask our government and the chocolate industry (worth £4billion in the UK alone) to lead the way to a sustainable future for cocoa farmers.

Start a Wave of Hope on Climate, Covid and Global Injustice

Join the Wave of Hope to tell global leaders meeting at the G7 in June that the people who produce our foods and goods must not be ignored.

Past campaigns:

Fashion Revolution Week

Join the Revolution! Each year in April, Fashion Revolution encourages us to ask our favourite brands, ‘who made my clothes?’

Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday – take something positive from what has been a difficult 18 months. Show support for the farmers and workers who have continued to grow the world’s food throughout the pandemic.

Read more about our campaigning work on our blog