Find out more about Fairtrade and the other local, national and international organisations which make up the Fairtrade movement.
National and international Fairtrade organisations
Fairtrade Association Birmingham members
In 2004, Birmingham City Council passed a resolution to actively promote and support Fairtrade, an important step towards Birmingham becoming a Fairtrade City.
The City Council continues to play an important role as a Fairtrade supporter and its ongoing commitment to Fairtrade is an essential requirement for Birmingham's continued Fairtrade City status.
Rangoli is a fairly traded online gift store based in Birmingham. From 'Papier Mache' styled letter racks to ceramic drawers and leather purses, you will find an exclusive and exquisite range of handmade gift ideas designed by the craftsmen from all over India.
My name is Sushan. I am behind Rangoli. The idea of Rangoli goes back to my humble beginnings in the city of Kolkata, where I was truly inspired by the rich artistic heritage. Later travelling with daughter, I further discovered the magic of ethnic crafts. It is now a pleasure to bring these craftsmanship to your doorsteps and help revive age old trade and traditions.
Revolver is a Fairtrade cooperative based in Wolverhampton whose roast and ground coffees are available in Co-operative stores across the Midlands and further afield.
Revolver also produces Fairtrade cotton clothing, including hoodies and T-shirts, and is an official Christian Aid merchandise licensee.
The University of Birmingham was one of the first ‘Fairtrade Universities’, achieving this status in 2003.
The university sells a wide variety of Fairtrade drinks, snacks and confectionary in all its catering outlets and has held ethical markets and student-organised Fairtrade fashion shows, bake sales and wine tastings.
Local Fairtrade Counties, Cities, Towns and Villages
The Fairtrade Foundation has a complete list of Fairtrade Towns from across the UK.