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In light of recent development in Palestine, the WFTO Global Board issued this message to rally support for the Fair Trade movement and their communities in the country.

Human Rights Day - Fair Trade  enterprise

When Fair Trade began as a movement all those decades ago, our dream was about making global trade truly just.

The Fair Trade Movement urges that the demands of producer organisations be heard in the negotiations on the global climate crisis on the occasion of COP25. 

Plastics for Change

If we are to end poverty, the Fair Trade movement is rolling up its sleeve in three ways. Here’s how:

Fair Trade Wales is hosting the 13th International Fair Trade Towns Conference (IFTTC) on 18 - 20 October 2019 in Cardiff with the theme ‘The Future of Fair Trade’.

Our community has Fair Trade Enterprises that are producing sustainable, ethical and beautiful fashion. 
Visit our Fair Trade Fashion Catalogue here.

19 September 2019, Lima, Peru – Today the members of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) from across the world met in Peru and elected Roopa Mehta as the president of WFTO.

20 September 2019, Lima, Peru – Yesterday the members of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) from across the world met in Peru and voted to update its principles.

Rice and Carry Recycling Enterprise
Homeland development initiative foundation  - Fair trade enterprise in Armenia

The ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan was signed in 1994, but the bullets still fly. So do the crochet hooks. Only a few hundred meters from the front line in one of Europe’s hottest frozen conflicts, a social entrepreneurship works diligently to provide women with an opportunity to not only bring income to their families, but stability to the region they live in.

Diamanta, mission-led social enterprise

With growing inequality, entrenched poverty and a pending ecological crisis, it is time to revisit the central design feature of business and explore the alternatives that exist the world over. Business was invented by humans. In order to employ humans, trade products and services, facilitate investments and foster production, we as societies designed business to meet human needs. We have a choice about what business looks like – its purpose, priorities, and structure. So, we do not need to accept that business must have a one-track mind, focused only on growing profits for shareholders.

Entoto Beth Artisan – Restore Empower Create - Fair Trade

It is rare to find an organisation tackling some of the biggest issues with such a clear vision.

Fair Trade Enterprise Yabal Handicrafts - Fair Trade Blog

Today Lucia* smiles. And so do the other women in her group. This young girl, who before joining was so introverted and silent, is now interacting with her peers and slowly blossoming.