Aagor Daagra Afad invites you to join them in the “Women of India Exhibition 2016”, which is being organized on behalf of Ministry of Women and Child Development, in Dilli Haat, New Delhi. You can enjoy the exhibition and buy Fair Trade products from 14th to 23rd October, 2016. Advertisements
TARA Projects would love to see your presence at the TARA solidarity sale, which is a yearly affair. This time you can go and grab your favorite jewelry and gifting items from 01st till 30th of October from TARA, 260 Okhala Phase-III, New Delhi.
Hello Members, This is to inform you that our office has shifted from Plot No 62-A/1, Flat No-206, East of Kailash, New Delhi-110 065, India to Fair Trade Forum-India, G-14, Lower Ground Floor, Lajpat Nagar – III, (Near Haldiram’s) New Delhi – 110 024, Delhi, India. Please update it for further communication Thanks Fair Trade… Continue reading New office address of Fair Trade Forum India
Delhi: With a purpose to nurture the seed of environment protection and awareness, our member TARA Projects, based in Delhi celebrated World Environment Day with children, youth, artisans and farmers with the messages of “Join the race to make the world a better place.” Tara is committed to protect the environment and motivate people especially… Continue reading World Environment Day celebrations at TARA Projects
We welcome our new members to be a part of Fair Trade fraternity and join the movement for the people working in marginalized situations. We all join our hands with a commitment to stand for the people, craftsmen, artists who are behind our products. We are happy to announce that recently Gujarat State Women’s Sewa… Continue reading Welcome to our new members
Delhi: SETU Society organised a three day long free eye check up camp for the jewellery making artisans of Ana Art group, based in New Delhi. The group is engaged in making Brass jewellery and is associated with SETU for the past many years. SETU is based in Rajasthan. As we are aware that jewellery making… Continue reading Eye Camp for the jewellery making artisans: SETU
Conserve India shared extremely mesmerizing collection, which included textile techniques of loom weaving, dye work and embroidery in a contemporary manner. In this new collection, Conserve India producers included metals (twisted and coiled gold and silver wire), beetle’s wings, sequins, mirror glass, beads, tassels, pompoms etc to beautify the products.
Conserve India works to improve energy efficiency and help some of Delhi’s poorest slum people to make them clean and secure the environment. Conserve India has worked and contributed to up cycle the waste into new, valuable products during Delhi 2010 Commonwealth games also.