Theme: ‘Entrepreneurship and Skill Development (with a special focus on Handloom and Handicrafts sector’ On behalf of the Executive Council and the National Secretariat, we cordially invite you to the XVI National Convention and AGM of Fair Trade Forum-India to be held in Hyderabad from 1st-3rd December, 2016. The theme of the National Convention -2016 is ‘Entrepreneurship and Skill Development (with… Continue reading FTFI announces its XVI National Convention and AGM in December, 2016
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.
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.
West Bengal: On the occasion of International Labour Day fact, Sasha organised an interaction session with its artisans and workers. As we know, International Labour Day is celebrated to finish the struggle and to promote the requirement of eight hour work in a day. This can also be added in the one of the Ten… Continue reading Awareness on International Labour Day
Assam: Aagor Daagra Afad participated in a four day exhibition organized by Birla Academy Of Art And Culture from 11th March to 14th March, 2016. The event was titled SyutiShaili and shoppers were able to choose from a wide variety of products which included sarees, apparels, textlies, handwoven products, handicrafts and much more. Designers, organizations, social enterprises… Continue reading Aagor Daagra at SyutiShaili
A report from TARA International Women’s Day was celebrated at TARA and in L-block neighborhood of Sangam Vihar, Delhi on 8th March 2016. The program was organized in collaboration with Social Welfare Department under the Ministry of Women and Child Development. More than 450 persons participated in the daylong program. It was organized in continuance… Continue reading International Women’s Day: TARA
A small event was organized by FTF-I and SIPA, for the distribution of funds for the artisans who got affected due to heavy flood in Chennai. Mr Pradeep Krishnappa, Vice-President, Fair Trade Forum-India along with Dr K. Panchakshram distributed funds to the affected artisans and different members on 30th January, 2016 at the SIPA Campus.
More than 30 people from various producer groups and artisans attended the event, which included 10 artisans with Mr Chengalvarayan from Pulicat Palmleaf Co op Society, 5 artisans from TAS/Pondicherry with Mr Rajendran, Ms. Gnansundari from WITAWT/Gypsy Beads Centre accompanied by 2 artisans, Mr K. S. Prasad from Baladarshan and team of SIPA.
Cash support was given to the members who had lost their stocks and samples in the flood to rebuild what they have lost in the heavy flood. Mr K.S. Prasad from Baladarshan was also presented an amount of Rs 40,000 for the affected members in Baladarshan.
Artisans were grateful and thanked FTF-I and SIPA for this act of humanity, when they need lot of support.