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Pacific producers launch the Fairtrade Pacific Sub-Network

Friday 23 January - As the number of Fairtrade producers organisations in the Pacific grows, so does their participation and influence in the global Fairtrade system. Since 2010, Fairtrade producers in the Pacific increased from 6,000 to 20,000. To capitalise on this growth, Pacific producers have formally launched the Fairtrade Pacific Sub-Network.

Successful first year of Fairtrade ANZ’s ICT project in Papua New Guinea

Tuesday 23 December - Aimed at increasing Fairtrade farmers’ entrepreneurial abilities through the use of technology; the two year IFAD-funded project “Linking Farmers in Papua New Guinea (PNG) to Fairtrade Markets” supports farmers to capitalise on their use of technology to better perform tasks such as price negotiation, logistics and planning, as well as identifying market opportunities and accessing information. 

Fairtrade ANZ launches Good Governance Training Module

Thursday, 18 December 2014 - Fairtrade ANZ launched its Good Governance Training Module for small farmers in Goroka, Papua New Guinea, this November.

New partnership in Australia aids Fairtrade farmers in Indo-Pacific

A ground-breaking new $4.5 million partnership between the Australian Government and Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) will build support for Fairtrade products in Australia.

Fairtrade Coffee Roasters Triumphant at Golden Bean Awards

The results are in for the 2014 Compak Golden Bean Roasters Competition - the largest coffee roasting competition in Australia - and once again, many Fairtrade licensed roasters were successful, ta

Developing the next Fairtrade generation

As the Social Justice Coordinator at St Monica’s College, I have discussed a number of pertinent issues with our students, many of them introduced by the students themselves.  Fairtrade was so

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