Easter may be just around the corner, but it isn’t all about the eggs.
For many of us, the idea of living on an island laden with palm trees is something of a dream.
To mark International Women’s Day in 2019, we want to celebrate Bethy Juzga Gargart, an inspirational Fairtrade figure playing her part in progress towards achieving global gender equality.
Supporting Fairtrade, the most widely recognised ethical label in the world, is your way of making a difference in the fight against economic injustice and climate change.
Making Fairtrade personal and addressing gender inequalities and economic marginalization is the aim of a project to empower women coffee farmers in Kenya.
Encouraging sustainable business practice is crucial as we seek to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Shock, frustration and anger. Those were my feelings after seeing a Fairtrade study in Côte d’Ivoire showing that only 12% of cocoa households earn a living income.
Farmers are the people who put food on our plates. So it’s only fair they get a seat at the table when the future of agriculture is under discussion.
What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a choice many girls around the world have never been offered, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Be it with friends, family or in a quiet moment all to yourself, drinking coffee is one of the highlights of the day. But its future is far from certain.