Our everyday institutions have the power to spread the word about Fair Trade.
The Association runs a programme to support Fair Trade activity in Communities.
Do you want to amplify the many individual actions with Community voices? Do you want to help promote Fair Trade and have that effort recognised? Check out how your Faith Group, Town or Council, Workplace, University or School can become an endorsed Fair Trade Community.
Our endorsement of Fair Trade Communities allows towns, business, schools, universities and faith groups to have their support for the Fair Trade Movement recognised.
As an endorsed Community you:
It also allows your community to demonstrate that is supports an important social mission. We can help you show your community how your commitment to Fair Trade is making a difference.
Benefits to your community include:
Becoming a Fair Trade Faith Group is a great way to demonstrate your faith group's values in action.
The Fair Trade Association works with workplaces throughout Australia to grow the Fair Trade Movement.
Fair Trade Workplaces are workplaces that have been recognised by the Fair Trade Association for their ongoing support for Fair Trade.
Becoming an endorsed Fair Trade Workplace is a great way of acknowledging a commitment to Fair Trade. It also enables offices and workplaces that are promoting Fair Trade to have their work recognised.
On receiving recognition, a Fair Trade Workplace receives a certificate and a logo for your website acknowledging your achievement. Flyers and posters are available as well as on-going support and updates from the Fair Trade Association.
The Fair Trade Association has recognised a number of universities throughout Australia as Fair Trade Universities.
Please get in touch with the Fair Trade Association if you are interested in partnering with the Fair Trade Movement.
Being recognised as a Fair Trade University means making a commitment to supporting Fair Trade through using Fair Trade products and raising awareness.
There are many ways universities can be involved in the Fair Trade Movement and it can be a powerful place for people to learn more about ethical production and trading practices.
The Fair Trade Association has recognised a number of Towns and Councils throughout Australia in recognition of broad community support for Fair Trade.
Being recognised as a Fair Trade Town or Council means making a commitment to supporting Fair Trade through using Fair Trade products and raising awareness of Fair Trade.
Becoming a Fair Trade Town or Council is a great way of acknowledging widespread and demonstrated commitment to Fair Trade in the Community. It also enables offices, workplaces, schools and faith groups that are promoting Fair Trade to have their work recognised.
On receiving recognition, Fair Trade Town or Council's receive certificates, flyers and posters acknowledging their achievement as well as on-going support and updates from the Fair Trade Association.