The latest news from Fairtrade Australia New Zealand
Fairtrade Australia New Zealand CEO Molly Harriss Olson talks about the significance of the World Day of Social Justice and the role of sustainability in providing a fairer future for all.
Fairtrade’s work is central to achieving the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Deeper impact, more benefits for smallholders and workers, and greater advocacy role among ambitious new goals outlined in 2016-2020 global strategy.
In early June, Fairtrade launched the project “Coffee quality improvement though wet coffee mills” in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
Fairtrade Board Member, Kim McKay AO, shares her reflections on the late Phillip Toyne, AO.
The Savai’i Coconut Farmers Association (SCFA) was awarded with a WST 16,000 grant from Fairtrade ANZ’s Producer Development Fund in early 2015.
Fairtrade farmer Daniel Kinne visited New Zealand and Australia and inspired consumers.
Thousands of people across 68 countries will today challenge fashion brands to do better for the farmers and factory workers who make their clothing.
Fairtrade ANZ is pleased to announce that the Vanilla Growers Association of Vava’u have achieved Fairtrade certification.