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This year more so than ever, mothers (and all parents) deserve to be recognized for how they’ve gone above and beyond, often becoming homeschool teachers, recreation leaders and schedule keepers, all while balancing working and trying to maintain their own health and wellness.
Around the world, business is adapting to minimize the spread of COVID-19. At Fairtrade America, we’re doing our part by working virtually. Our work is ongoing and we’re committed to assisting the producers that are at the heart of our system.
Fairtrade sugar farmers from the remote Manduvira Cooperative in western Paraguay are celebrating an extraordinary achievement – the ribbon-cutting of the world’s first producer-owned Fairtrade organic sugar mill.
At Fairtrade, we welcome debate and discussion about our approach and our work. Critical analysis challenges our assumptions and helps us improve the Fairtrade model. The poverty and injustice that result from a deeply unfair global trade system is complex; and as with any complex problem, it requires a variety of approaches.
Thank you for celebrating Fair Trade Month with us. We’d like to finish the Month by reflecting on the meaning of “The Power of You”.
To paraphrase Nora Ephron, there’s no possible way every human being on earth is born with good taste—even though we all like to think we are.
October is Fair Trade Month and this year, we are celebrating the Power of You.
When you read the slogan “Flower Power,” you might think of the 1960s, hippies, the anti-war movement, and groovy psychedelic music.
Do university dining services have a responsibility to serve fair and sustainable food? A Fairtrade take on Malcolm Gladwell’s recent Food Fight podcast.