Fair trade websites
Cafédirect is the UK's largest Fairtrade hot drinks company. Its brands - Cafédirect, Teadirect and Cocodirect - are sold through most of the major supermarkets. Visit the Cafédirect website.
Divine is a Fairtrade chocolate company co-owned by the cocoa farmers cooperative Kuapa Kokoo. Visit the Divine Chocolate website.
The Fairtrade Foundation
The Fairtrade Foundation was established in 1992 by CAFOD, Christian Aid, New Consumer, Oxfam, Traidcraft and the World Development Movement. It licences the Fairtrade Mark in the UK and raises awareness about Fairtrade. Visit the Fairtrade Foundation website.
Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International (FLO)
FLO is an umbrella organization that unites 20 labelling initiatives in 21 countries and Fairtrade Certified Producer Organisations in Central and South America, Africa and Asia. Visit the FLO website.
WFTO (World Fair Trade Organization)
The WFTO is a global authority on fair trade. Membership of the WFTO is limited to organizations that demonstrate a 100% Fair Trade commitment and apply its 10 Principles of Fair Trade. Visit the WTFO website.
Shared Interest is an ethical investment co-operative which lends money to fair trade businesses in the developing world. Visit the Shared Interest website.
Shop for Change
Shop for Change is an independent organisation. It uses certification to build the capacity of producer groups and improve their access to value-added markets as well as protect the environment, promote social equity and raise awareness among consumers. Visit the Shop for Change website.
Charities and campaigning groups
CAFOD is the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development. It is the official overseas development and relief agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. Visit the CAFOD website.
Christian Aid is an agency of the churches in the UK and Ireland. They work wherever the need is greatest – irrespective of religion or race. Visit the Christian Aid website.
Make Poverty History
This is a campaign to increase awareness and pressure governments into taking actions towards relieving poverty. Vist the Make Poverty History website.
Oxfam is a development, relief, and campaigning organisation that works with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering around the world. Visit the Oxfam website.
Tearfund is a Christian relief and development charity, which promotes justice, fair trade and poverty reduction. Visit the Tearfund website.
Trade Justice Movement
The Trade Justice Movement campaigns for fundamental change to the unjust rules and institutions governing international trade. Visit the Trade Justice Movement website.
War On Want
War on Want fights poverty in developing countries in partnership with people affected by globalisation. It campaigns for workers' rights and against the root causes of poverty, inequality and injustice. Visit the War on Want website.
World Development Movement
The World Development Movement (WDM) tackles the root causes of world poverty. It campaigns for fairer world trade, regulating multinationals and cancelling Third World debt. Visit the WDM website.
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Visit the World Vision website.
Commitment for Life
Commitment for Life is run by the United Reformed Churches to work for a fairer world and for peace with justice. They seek churches to join their mission. Visit the Commitment For Life website.
Christian Ecology Link
CEL is a multi-denominational UK Christian organisation
for people concerned about the environment. Visit the Christian Ecology Link website.
Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility
The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility works for corporate and investor responsibility in companies and the Church. Visit their website.
Methodist Relief and Development Fund
MRDF supports those living in the world's poorest communities through long-term development, emergency relief and campaigning against the causes of poverty. Visit the Methodist Relief and Development Fund website.
One World Week
One World Week is an annual opportunity for people to come together to learn about global justice, to spread that learning and to use it to take action for justice locally and globally. Visit the One World Week website.
SCIAF is the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in Scotland. It supports poor people overseas, regardless of their religion; responds to humanitarian disasters and campaigns for a just world. Visit the SCIAF website.
SPEAK is a UK Christian charity which campaigns and prays on issues of human rights and justice. Visit the SPEAK website.