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Information Communication Technology was the focus of the annual Fairtrade Pacific Stakeholders Workshop in Papua New Guinea.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and if your Mum is anything like most of ours, you’re probably not getting any hints around what is most desired in the present department.
To ease last-minute present panic, we’ve collated the perfect feel-good gift guide that not only places you firmly in the good books with your Mum but gives back to the workers, and farmers who produced the products.
From Fairtrade coffee and chocolate to beautifully hand woven Fairtrade scarves, our easy and ethical gift guide has you covered!
In the wake of the latest tragic factory incident in Bangladesh, Fairtrade spoke to Nazma Akter, a garment worker about workers’ rights.
New Fairtrade art exhibition Stori Bilong Fairtrade set to take visitors on a journey through the eyes of Fairtrade farmers.
As the world pauses this week to celebrate the achievements of generations committed to knowledge and education through the annual International Literacy Day, Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand Strategic Partnerships Manager and designer of the Fairtrade Producer Library, Sandra Méndez, talks about the issue of lack of access to information in small farming communities and Fairtrade’s efforts to address it.
Oxfam New Zealand Executive Director Rachael Le Mesurier reflects on how far Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand has come in a decade.
What is a cooperative and why are they so important to Fairtrade? Read our International Day of Cooperatives blog to discover more.
Kiwis are supporting farmers more than ever by purchasing Fairtrade products, as shown by the latest retail sales figures released today by Fairtrade ANZ.
Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand has been working with small-scale farmers across a range of commodities – coffee, cocoa, coconuts, sugar and vanilla – in the Pacific since 2006. Our work has been focussed on supporting these farmers to form strong farmer organisations, build their capacity to trade sustainably, access international Fairtrade markets and connect them with buyers.