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Poverty Footprint Calculator – the results

January 31, 2017

You took us up on our challenge to try the Poverty Footprint calculator and now we can reveal the results...


Need Ideas for Fairtrade Fortnight in School? Look No Further!

January 27, 2017

A little inspiration to help your school get excited about fair trade this spring.


The impact of Fair Necessities - 2 years on

January 20, 2017

This time 2 years ago, our Fair Necessities appeal was in full swing. Donations flooded in... but what has that achieved?


This is why we do what we do...

January 17, 2017

We all deserve to live a life where our children can play and prosper.


The Millennium Bridge Lit up for for Let it Grow

January 13, 2017

Traidcraft lit the local landmark to catch the eye of commuters, marking the launch of its Let It Grow campaign.


The five best fair trade bargains of the Traidcraft January sale

January 06, 2017

If you don’t have time to scour traidcraftshop.co.uk, we’ve picked our five favourite bargains for you right here…


How big is your Poverty Footprint?

January 05, 2017

Does your life reduce poverty... or make things worse? Take the quiz to find out.


Early 2017 Roadshows - book your place

January 04, 2017

In February this year, we're hitting the road and bringing our brand new Spring range to you.


After the Justice campaign - a Call for Evidence

January 30, 2017 - Liz May, Head of Policy & Advocacy at Traidcraft

After months of waiting, the Government has finally announced that they are going to look at the problem of prosecuting companies for ‘economic crimes’.


Brexit trade campaign FAQs

January 09, 2017

Wondering how Brexit might affect trade with people in the poorest countries? Or what Traidcraft thinks should happen? Read our blog to find out more.


New year, new campaign

January 03, 2017 - Mary Milne, Traidcraft Campaigns Manager

As the year turns, our campaign focus is shifting to the possible impact of Brexit on trade with the poorest countries.