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Exploring Fairtrade's role in the Sustainable Development of the Asia–Pacific Region to 2030. A Discussion Paper.
June 2017 onwards
TRANSFORMING TRADE, TRANSFORMING LIVES.
'Transforming Trade, Transforming Lives' is an ambitious vision that looks to accelerate the achievement of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Asia–Pacific through a rapid scale–up of Fairtrade from 2018 through to 2030.
The project commenced in June 2017 with the creation of a discussion paper that explored Fairtrade’s potential transformational growth in the Asia–Pacific and the significant impact this could have on every Developing Country in the Region. It built on the considerable work that had already been undertaken by Fairtrade since the launch of the SDGs.
The Discussion Paper takes an initial look at the growth journey Fairtrade could take in the Asia–Pacific Region to 2030, the positive impact it could have on millions of vulnerable people along the way, and explores some of the questions that will need to be answered before that journey can begin.
It includes an initial analysis of Fairtrade's potential growth to 2030 in the Asia–Pacific Region and how working through the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) could help step–change this growth.
The Discussion Paper also explores some of the implications this potential growth could have on both Fairtrade in the Asia–Pacific and Fairtrade International.
The 'Transforming Trade, Transforming Lives' Discussion Paper can be downloaded below. Other relevant project documents including Partnership Presentation Templates, a Project Summary and Introduction are also available via clicking on the images below.
For further details, or to provide input to the Discussion Paper, please contact Molly Harriss Olson on email@example.com.
| DRAFT DISCUSSION PAPER AND SUMMARY DOCUMENTS |
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