Women's access, equity and empowerment: Progress and uptake of the Fairtrade gender strategy
Promoting living incomes in the cocoa sector: Policy options for consumer countries
Monitoring the scope and benefits of Fairtrade: Overview - Monitoring report, 11th Edition
2019-2020 Annual Report
Fairtrade: Sustainable trade for sustainable development
Fairtrade West Africa Cocoa Programme Monitoring Report, First Edition
Baseline for assessing the impact of Fairtrade certification on cocoa farmers and cooperatives in Ghana
Published: 18 Apr 2017
Fairtrade International and Fairtrade Africa commissioned the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) and Bioversity International to carry out baseline research with smallholder cocoa farmers and their cooperative unions in Ghana. The baseline will form a framework for stakeholder engagement and improved intervention design, ...
Monitoring the scope and benefits of Fairtrade – eighth edition – 2016
Published: 11 Apr 2017
Our 2016 monitoring report was presented as a microsite. Visit the 2016 monitoring report microsite "In this report you will find a rich variety of data and charts about Fairtrade’s work across different products and regions. Behind the figures there are human stories like Freddy’s. These stories exemplify how Fairtrade is ...
Does fair trade change society? Executive summary: final report
Published: 2 Mar 2017
This study was conducted by research institute CEval between September 2015 and September 2016, on behalf of TransFair e.V. (Fairtrade Germany), Engagement Global, Brot für die Welt, Forum Fairer Handel und MISEREOR, with financial support from the Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung. It examines the impact of fair trade in Germany ...
Gender strategy 2016-2020: Transforming equal opportunity, access and benefits for all
Published: 20 Dec 2016
The Fairtrade Gender Strategy seeks to attain gender equality and women’s empowerment in producer organizations through building women’s and girls’ power and agency. The strategy aims to deliver a transformative approach to gender mainstreaming in the Fairtrade system.
Fairtrade coffee: A study to assess the impact of Fairtrade for coffee smallholders and producer organisations in Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, and Tanzania
Published: 15 Dec 2016
Fairtrade commissioned the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Greenwich to conduct an evaluation of Fairtrade impact in the coffee sector, focussing on small-scale organizations in Indonesia, Mexico, Peru and Tanzania. The research examined in what ways Fairtrade coffee farmers and their organizations ...
Fairtrade theory of change
Published: 9 Dec 2016
Fairtrade International has developed a Theory of Change for Fairtrade as part of work to improve the Fairtrade Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) system.The Theory of Change captures the range of things Fairtrade does as a system (i.e. its interventions) and relates these logically to desired immediate, mid-term ...
2015-16 annual report: Driving sales, deepening impact
Published: 6 Sep 2016
Our 2015-16 annual report was presented as a microsite, and provides an overview of key Fairtrade activities and statistics. Visit the 2015-2016 annual report microsite "Our new 2016-2020 strategy – ‘Changing Trade, Changing Lives’ – aims to realize that possibility by delivering more impact for farmers and workers. We’re ...
A brewing storm: The climate change risks to coffee
Published: 24 Aug 2016
Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand commissioned this report by the Climate Institute to better understand the extent to which climate change is impacting coffee production globally. It is hoped that insights gained from this report will lead to greater engagement, from the coffee industry and consumers, with key ...
Monitoring the scope and benefits of Fairtrade – seventh edition – 2015
Published: 9 Jun 2016
This report gives the results of the 2014 monitoring data collection from Fairtrade certified producer organizations. It presents the scope and scale of Fairtrade in 2014, and gives data on key Fairtrade performance indicators – from a producer perspective. The report also captures the results of more detailed research ...
Fairtrade and cocoa – 2016
Published: 30 Apr 2016
Around 50 million people globally depend on cocoa for their livelihoods, while governments in producing countries rely on earnings from cocoa to finance economic and social development programmes. This briefing from the Fairtrade Foundation offers an overview of the cocoa industry and explains why and how Fairtrade is ...
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