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29 January 2018

New report by Oxfam finds economic inequality & poor working conditions among female workers

Author: Oxfam

“Reward work, not wealth”...

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4 November 2016

"Does business structure influence social impact? Early insights and practical implications for donor agencies"

Author: Oxfam and DCED (Donor Committee for Enterprise Development)

November 2016...

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20 June 2013

The supply chain inquisitor

Author: Emma Jacobs, Financial Times [UK]

“Rights are at the core of what a business must do,” [Rachel Wilshaw, ethical trade manager at Oxfam] says. “It should be embedded in business, not seen as an add-on.”...[Oxfam] wants to assist the private sector in enabling people to realise their...

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11 October 2005

[DOC] Other Coffee Brands Are Available - Nestlé Fairtrade Coffee Still Bottom of the League

Author: Ethical Consumer

Last week, Nestlé launched its fairtrade certified coffee to great fanfare. However, according to Ethical Consumer's 'Ethiscore' website, the fairtraded brand still scores below many other, more ethical coffee brands. According to the Ethiscore...

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7 October 2005

Nestlé's launch of own fair trade coffee brand provokes mixed reaction among aid & trade workers

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31 May 2005

Triodos Bank generates over £1m for ethical fund [UK]

Author: Scotsman [Scotland]

Ethical finance house Triodos Bank has attracted more than £1 million in just two weeks as part of a share issue to raise funds for renewable energy projects...Charles Secrett, former head of Friends of the Earth and chairman of Triodos Renewables,...

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1 March 2005

Ethical shopping bears fruit for fair-trade farmers [UK]

Author: Matthew Beard, Independent [UK]

The fair trade movement has been brewing since the late 1980s...[UK] consumers are increasingly prepared to pay a premium for a product to ensure farmers in the developing world are guaranteed a stable income...[refers to Co-op, Tesco, Waitrose (part...

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31 December 2004

Costs hold back the ethical consumer [UK]

Author: Simon Bain, Herald [UK]

The Agenda report suggests: "...If mainstream producers and retailers were to offer more opportunities to 'buy ethically' at reasonable prices and with relative ease, then more ethical consumers may be able to take the step towards becoming ethical...

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22 November 2004

Forget Maxwell House. Would you like a cup of Kenco Sustainable? [UK]

Author: Simon Bowers, Guardian [UK]

The two largest coffee roasters in Britain, Nestlé and Kraft Foods [part of Altria], are planning to launch their own ethically aware brands next year...Kraft's plans have outraged the Fairtrade Foundation...Fairtrade believes a proliferation of rival...

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1 June 2004

UK: High costs holding back ethical consumers, report finds

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