Fairtrade teaching resources
Fairtrade Teaching Resources
Uncover to your class how Fairtrade is helping to break the cycle of poverty in developing countries around the world. Our selection of lively resources reveals what Fairtrade can mean for families and communities in need.
Adivasi women farmers, Nilgiri hills, India.
Photo: Liz Newborn/ActionAid
Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 is from Monday 27 February — Sunday 12 March. This year, find out what Fairtrade means and how buying goods labelled Fairtrade can affect the growers’ lives with this colourful PowerPoint.
Discover how pure Nilgiri tea is harvested, produced and traded fairly in the remote Indian village of Chembakolli. This fantastic resource for Key Stage 2 classes also introduces primary pupils to the concept of Fairtrade and the work of international development charities.
Jam-packed with facts, props, stunning photos and real life stories, this workshop explores some of the reasons why people go hungry. Meet children from Kenya, Bangladesh and Lesotho and discover how drought, floods and crop disease impact their lives. Prices from £50.