Wave your hands for Climate Justice
Join the World Fair Trade Day celebration



The next World Fair Trade Day is on 13 May 2023. Come back next year and join the biggest Fair Trade celebration on the planet! 

JOIN THE GLOBAL
PHOTO ACTION

RAISE YOUR HANDS
FOR THE CLIMATE!

Get involved. Join the global action for Climate Justice on social media. Raise your hands for Climate Justice! 

WHY WE NEED
CLIMATE J
USTICE?

Climate ambitions must involve people. Like it or not, climate change is happening now and already affecting communities and livelihoods. Tackling the climate crisis is not just an ecological necessity, but also a social justice issue and a matter of survival for the worst affected who are facing extreme weather conditions and perennial calamities. We need Climate Justice. The aim of Climate Justice is to deliver fair, inclusive and sustainable solutions to people who are suffering the effects of the climate crisis while addressing the root causes of climate change. 

FRESH SOLUTIONS
ARE NEEDED

CLIMATE-FRIENDLY
ARTISANAL FASHION 

ABOUT WORLD
FAIR TRADE DAY

The World Fair Trade Day is a global celebration on the second Saturday of May. It is organised annually by the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) to raise awareness on alternative solutions to the planet’s economic and ecological challenges. Fair Trade Enterprises lead the celebration together with the sister movements, allies, government leaders and consumers. The 2022 celebration focuses on Climate Justice and the solutions presented by the Fair Trade, cooperative and organic movements. The ecological and social justice crisis we are currently facing must be address with fresh solutions. Together we can make a difference.

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World Fair Trade Organization
Godfried Bomanstraat 8-3
4103 WR Culemborg
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Phone: +31(0) 345 53 6487
Email: info@wfto.com

World Fair Trade Day 2022 logo and artworks are design by Ali Hodgson and Charlotte Laver

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