This year we’re taking Fairtrade Fortnight online, with several exciting opportunities for you to join in!
The 2021 campaign focusses on Fairtrade and climate change. Poverty adversely impacts the capacity of smallholder farmers in the global south to adapt to climate change. For Palestinian farmers, the inability to access their land and water resources further exacerbates the challenges posed by changing seasonal patterns.
Fairtrade ensures farmers receive fairer prices and a reliable market, so they are better able to invest in adapting to climate challenges and protecting the environment around them.
If you’d like to host your own online event, we have a digital resource pack to help you. Just drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you the pack.
Live from Palestine with Haj Rafeeq Hussein
Join us as we go live for a conversation with Haj Rafeeq Hussein, a farmer and member of the Palestine Fair Trade Association from the ancient village of Ti’innik on Thursday 25th February, 12 noon (GMT).
CATCH UP: If you missed the live interview, you can watch it now on our YouTube channel
Join Mohammed Ruzzi in Scotland
Join Mohammed Ruzzi, who you may have met when he visited the UK for Fairtrade Fortnight last year, for a discussion about the links between Fairtrade and climate resilience on Wednesday 24th Feb, 12 noon (GMT).
20% off for Fairtrade Fortnight
Fairtrade recipes and treats!
Join us on social media during Fairtrade Fortnight for delicious recipes and give-aways including this bountiful box of goodies from our friends at Traidcraft!