Tag: fairtrade

Is your university Fair Trade?

by Oxfam intern Jarrod Strauch It’s a simple question with huge implications. Universities are recognised as the places where society evolves: they are the places where so many minds are first exposed to ideas of social consciousness and ethical consumerism. In 2010, there were over 1.1 million students enrolled in Australian higher education facilities – […]

Wal-Mart receives wooden spoon on workers’ rights

The International Labour Rights Forum (ILRF) has released its latest Working for scrooge report, which exposes companies with some of the worst records on respecting freedom of association in 2011. Four companies were singled out for individual scrutiny because of their poor labour practices. Culprits include the world’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable producer, Dole […]

The Fair Trade Shopping Guide 2011

The 2011 Fair Trade Shopping Guide 2011 features some of the members from the Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand (FTAANZ) who sell fair trade products including crafts, clothing, giftware as well as Fairtrade Certified™ products such as coffee, tea, chocolate and sports balls.

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