We won’t be arranging any events for a while but it’s more important than ever that you support producers and others in the supply chain, all the way up to our local shops and BUY FAIR TRADE wherever and whenever you can.
About OFTC Chairperson
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Entries by OFTC Chairperson
Happy Fairtrade Fortnight everyone. Look out for things to do in Oxford and beyond (see our events page for more details). And choose at least one extra Fairtrade item each day. Together we can make a difference..
Headington Fairtrade are Ten! They’re celebrating with 10% off a range of products each day for Fairtrade Fortnight See their website
Live Fair, Live ethical this Christmas. Come to the Jericho Christmas Fair, Saturday 21st December, 2pm – 5pm
Join us as we host Sophi Tranchell, CEO Divine Chocolate UK, at Wadham College for our AGM on 22nd January.. https://www.oxfairtrade.org.uk/events/
Royal Borough of Greenwich has recently become the first in London to commit to the Declaration and joins Oxford, Oldham, Peterborough, Cannock Chase and Bingley as the sixth council to stand up for responsible tax conduct. By approving the Councils for Fair Tax Declaration a Council demonstrates that it is: leading by example on its own […]
Thanks to everyone who came to see us at 2019’s One World Fair and Fair Trade Festival!
Attention! Make a note right now to drop into the One World Fair and Fair Trade Festival at the Oxford Town Hall on Saturday 9th November, 10.00am – 4.00pm. Stalls from a huge range of organisations, great things to see and buy, food, music and Fair Trade talks and discussions throughout the day – what’s […]
Oxfam’s amazing superstore is now open near Cowley. They have one of a kind finds, hand crafted gifts and homewares. They are looking for volunteers and donations. Details..
The Oxford Fair Trade Coalition were delighted to work with Fashion Revolution, Trading for Development, Oxford University students, Brookes University students and the Mayor of Oxford to ask everyone the question : “Who Made My Clothes?”