07.02.2019
A recently concluded Banana Link project, undertaken in partnership with Women Working Worldwide, has identified key drivers of change for women in agricultural value chains.    The project - Gender Equity Across Supply Chains: A Comparative Analysis - gathered case studies of good practice on progress towards gender equity across banana, flower and tea sectors, from which lessons could be drawn and future action... Read more...
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) has published a statement (reproduced below) on the latest developments in the dispute between Fyffes and Honduran plantation workers. It recognises that Fyffes Read more...
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Freedom and fairness for Fyffes workers! – ACT NOW

The Make Fruit Fair! Campaign is calling on Fyffes to respect the rights of workers in its global supply chains. Sign an email to the Chairman of Fyffes calling on them to allow workers in its supply chains to be able to join a trade union and collectively bargain to secure their rights, including a living wage. 

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By Bert SchouwenburgFormer International Officer of the GMB Union, and Non-Executive Director of Banana Link11 February 2019 Trade Union leaders are Read more...