ON NOW! 3 June – 22 June; Monday – Saturday, 10am – 8pm
The Guardian Gallery, King’s Place, 90 York Way London (3 min walk from King’s Cross Station)
This free exhibition is running for three weeks and illustrates the history of the Fairtrade Movement.
The exclusive collection of images has been drawn from the Fairtrade Foundation photographic archives with the help of curator, photographer and photo journalist Jon Levy. It pays tribute to both the farmers and workers in the Fairtrade system – those who produce so many of the things we enjoy every day – and those in the UK who have long championed the cause and need for trade justice
Thursday 3rd – Sunday 6th of April
15 Hanbury Street, The Old Truman Brewery, London E1 6QR
Visit the Fairtrade Foundation stall at this year’s London Coffee Festival, where they are showcasing some of the high quality coffee which bears the FAIRTRADE Mark, and showing off some new innovations in the field.
The London Coffee Festival celebrates London’s bustling and vibrant coffee scene and we’ll be there at the heart of it. The festival will feature over 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings and demonstrations from world class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and much more.
If your business is interested in how stocking Fairtrade products could benefit your business and provide a connection to the farmers who grow your beans, come and visit the Fairtrade Foundation on stand SR1 in the showroom.
For more information about the London Coffee Festival click here
Are you still pumped up after Fortnight? Want to know what you can do now to keep building support for Fairtrade? Filled with burning questions about the future of Fairtrade in your community?
The upcoming elections offer great opportunity to find out about where candidates stand on Fairtrade issues. With the general and local elections set for 6 May, there are many opportunities to engage with Fairtrade and development issues at a local or national level, and ensure that these essential topics are given the focus they deserve.
The Fairtrade Foundation has a great Elections 2010 section on their website that can help you find out more about where candidates stand on Fairtrade. The site includes:
Feel free to check out these resources and tips and to put them to use!