A growing number of branches across the country are holding remote meetings during lockdown, sparking more ideas, more diversity and more participation.
We are passionate about wanting people and institutions to continue co-operating out of lockdown: not to lapse back to competing with each other at the first opportunity.
The COVID-19 crisis has exposed the fragility of global supply chains and the importance of ensuring sustainable livelihoods for the farmers and workers within them. The Fairtrade movement is supporting farmers and workers in developing countries through this crisis, and are calling for urgent action in the face of the rising poverty set to take its toll on communities around the globe.
Government inaction has already put the childcare sector under unnecessary strain – proper engagement on how we move forward with the sector is now essential.