Fairtrade is about stable prices, decent working conditions and the empowerment of farmers and workers around the world.
Fairtrade advocates for better working conditions and improved terms of trade for farmers and workers in developing countries.
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Fairtrade supports marginalised farmers and workers, enabling them to build a better and more secure life for themselves, their co-workers and their families.
Women in developing countries face many challenges - and gender inequality is a contributing factor to most of them. Fairtrade is working to counter the traditional gender roles that exclude women so everyone has a brighter future!
At Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand we are proud to collaborate with partners who support our work to empower and improve the lives of farmers and workers in developing countries.
The Fairtrade Mark is the globally recognised label that adorns Fairtrade Certified products.
Fairtrade is always growing. From producer organisations to marketing departments, Fairtrade has a presence in more than 70 countries.
Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand works directly with businesses, consumers and campaigners to make trade fair by securing a better deal for farmers and workers.
The Network of Asia and Pacific Producers helps farmers and workers in the region make the most of the Fairtrade system.