Why Fair Trade?
Fair trade addresses the injustices of conventional trade, which traditionally discriminates against the poorest, weakest producers. It enables them to improve their position and have more control over their lives. Fair trade delivers better prices for producers, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.
Fairtrade Fortnight: 27th Feb – 11th March
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Slept very well last night, knowing that I didn’t have to worry about exactly what clothes were clean and ironed in the same way this morning, but still found myself drawn to the fair trade selection in my wardrobe! I … Continue reading
I really can’t believe this is the last day of the challenge. And I’m wearing a couple of things today that you haven’t seen before, which amazes me, although probably that means I now have too many clothes… Today I … Continue reading
Just chillin’ today – for the first time in ages we’re home for the weekend with nothing in particular going on, so I can be slouchy and comfy. Today I am wearing: T-shirt – People Tree. It’s an old one. … Continue reading
Today’s outfit was a joy to wear in today’s lovely spring weather, even if it was a bit chilly by the time we got around to taking the photograph! Today I am wearing: T-Shirt – People Tree. It’s an old … Continue reading
Happy International Women’s Day! Fair trade has lots to say on the subject of women’s rights, but first, the outfit. Today I am wearing: Pants – Fairly Floral by Life’s not Fair but my Knickers Are. I’m starting to panic … Continue reading
Today’s outfit has rather suited the changeable weather, despite the fact that I intended to wear something very different… Today I am wearing: Pants – The shocking pink ones from Pants to Poverty. There are no small or medium in … Continue reading