Fairtrade looks to offer support, infrastructure and
trading opportunities to producers from both developing and
developed countries. It aims to create long-term partnerships in a
fair trading environment.
Fairtrade isn’t a charity. It helps producers help themselves,
with fair wages, safe and healthy work places and practices, a
respect for cultural identity and an eye on environmental
Fairtrade ensures farmers receive a minimum amount (or market
value if higher) for what they produce, and also provides an
additional premium that can be invested in community projects to
improve the lives of farm workers, and the communities beyond.
For more details visit the Fairtrade Foundation
We've been a Fairtrade University since June 2008 and
Fairtrade products are sold in all University outlets across our
As a Fairtrade University we are committed to:
The University has also developed a Fairtrade
Policy (PDF - 60k - opens in new window) which
highlights the aims and objectives of the University in respect
it's Fairtrade commitment.
The University is also a member of the Wolverhampton
City Fairtrade Partnership - where you can find details about
the partnership and a directory of places to find Fairtrade
products across the City.
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