is it fair ?
Module code : LA 0307
Module Leader : Paul Maharg
Peerapan P. 10024635
Wenika S. 09036212
Definition of Fairtrade
Fair Trade organizations have a
clear commitment to Fair Trade as the
principal core of their mission. They,
backed by consumers, are engaged actively
in supporting producers, awareness raising
and in campaigning for changes in the rules
and practice of conventional international
trade. They can be recognised by the WFTO
extra income for farmers and estate workers to
improve their lives
farmers receive a fair and
stable price for their
Reduction of child labour
a closer link between consumers and producers
small farmers have a stronger
position in world marketsa greater respect for the environment
Most Fair Trade goods are still sold
at specialized shops
It hasn’t be fair with Developed
Worldshops are often not-for-profit
organizations and run by locally
based volunteer networks.
Poor people of developing world will get more profit margin.
Paying a price to farmers for a higher than market price .
Progressing global economy