This paper, commissioned by the Fairtrade Foundation and Fairtrade Deutschland, assesses the extent to which Fairtrade, through its supply chain interventions in tea, cocoa, bananas and flowers, improves fairness in trade including the impact on producers and workers.
This report examines the state of fragmentation across nine key agricultural commodity sectors in the 10 largest producer countries and ways of increasing coordination.
This review synthesises results from 45 recently published studies to assess the impacts of Fairtrade certification for smallholder producer groups and workers in hired labour organisations.
This 2017 report highlights key findings on transnational standard setting multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs), their presence in various industries, patterns in MSI institutional governance, and analysis of how these MSIs set and monitor compliance with their standards.
This research, published in 2017, studies coffee farmer income in Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, India, Indonesia and Vietnam, focusing on how much coffee farmers actually earn and Fairtrade’s potential impact on their household income.
This second annual global report, jointly produced by ITC, FiBL and IISD, outlines data on area, production volume and producers for 14 major voluntary sustainability standards covering forestry and eight agricultural products.
This 2017 research seeks to explore the impact and added value to farmers when adopting LEAF Marque.
This 2017 outcome report seeks to assess key monitoring and evaluation indicators, to provide an evaluation of the performance of Bonsucro in delivering its mission and reaching its vision, and to identify the measurable outcomes directly achieved by operators.
SOAS has undertaken a systematic review in 2017 that assesses the impact of agriculture certification schemes on improving socio-economic conditions for workers and farmers in low- and middle-income countries.