By: Tomy Mathew Vadakkancheril The protests by Indian farmers who have laid siege to the nation’s capital, Delhi, are, in […]
Can Nestle and Cargill be held responsible for the child labor in their supply chains? That is the question in […]
From farming to roasting, the coffee industry is often a male-dominated space. General Manager of the Pangoa Cooperative shares how gender equity initiatives and fair trade are turning the tides.
“What’s the difference between all these fairtrade labels?” It’s a question we get a lot at Fair World Project. A new guide is here to help clear the confusion.
Rainforest Alliance certification is not fair trade. Or Fairtrade. We’re having this conversation because Nestlé just announced that they are […]
Friday, June 12th, is World Day Against Child Labor. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the threat to children is even greater with poverty on the rise and schools shuttered.
Fair World Project condemns racist acts and police brutality. We stand in solidarity with all those who call for justice. […]
In this latest edition of our Field Notes series where we speak with fair trade farmer organizations facing the COVID-19 […]
In this latest edition of our Field Notes series, we hear about how COVID-19 is impacting small-scale fair trade coffee […]