Whether you have a day to spare, or just a few minutes, there are lots of ways you can help make Traidcraft’s campaigns successful.
Ask Sainsbury’s to bring back Fairtrade!
Sainsbury’s has decided to drop the Fairtrade Mark on their own-brand tea and replace it with their own 'Fairly Traded' label.
They say it's because they want to secure their supply chains. But in reality, it's only going to consolidate power at the top and take away control from farmers.
If you want Sainsbury's to bring back Fairtrade, then join Traidcraft Exchange and others on a Day of Action on 28th October.
It's a chance for us to mobilise support for the campaign and let Sainsbury's know we want Fairtrade back.
So, please join us: get your community to sign a letter to Sainsbury's, use our mug prop and take a picture outside your local shop, or take an online action.
To find out about the actions and download the resources, go to www.dontditchfairtrade.com. If you've got any questions don't hesitate to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Ask the minister to extend the scope of the GCA
The Groceries Code Adjudicator (or supermarkets watchdog) needs to be able to look at problems along food supply chains.
Read our blog about Fairtrade
Why should we defend Fairtrade? Our Policy Director Liz May explains the real value of Fairtrade, as well as its limitations, in a new thought-provoking blog.
Meet your MP about Brexit and trade
Meet your MP and tell them why we need a Brexit that works for people in the poorest countries. Read our guide for tips & ideas - and don't hesitate to get in touch if you need help!