Policies, Reports and Standards

Check out Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand's Annual Reports, Policies and relevant Standards here.

Reports

Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand Annual Report 2017-2018

Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand Annual Report 2016-2017

Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand Annual Report 2015-2016

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Annual Report 2014-2015

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Annual Report 2013-2014

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Annual Report 2012-2013

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Annual Report 2011-2012

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Annual Report 2010-2011

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Annual Report 2009-2010

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Audited Accounts 2014-2015

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Audited Accounts 2015-2016

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Audited Accounts 2016-2017

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand Audited Accounts 2017-2018


Sustainability Reports

New Zealand Bananas 'The Big Squeeze' 2017

A Brewing Storm: The Climate Change Risks to Coffee | Se aproxima una tormenta (Spanish)

Delivering the Sustainable Development Goals through Trade

Fairtrade and the Commonwealth: Five-point plan for prosperity, sustainability and fairness


General Policies

Complaints Handling Policy 

This policy is for members of the public and Fairtrade licensees and certified clients who wish to make a complaint about Fairtrade ANZ.

Child Protection Policy 

This policy applies to all Fairtrade activities that impact upon children. 

Allegations Policy

This policy defines what an allegation is in the context of the Fairtrade Standards and our role as an Assurance Provider, and details our approach to investigating any claims.

Constitution

Fairtrade ANZ's Constitution, a governing instrument which outlines the relevant rules for the organisation as a not-for-profit entity.

Environment Policy

This Environmental Policy outlines the practices that Fairtrade ANZ will undertake in our internal operations as well as in our development activities with producers, in order to establish and promote sound environmental practice in all of our operations.

Procurement Policy

The purpose of this policy is to provide accountability, value for money and an optimal outcome for Fairtrade ANZ, including the use of any grant funding.

Transparency and Open Information Policy

This policy outlines the actions that Fairtrade ANZ undertakes to ensure ongoing compliance with its commitment to transparent and responsive operations.

Fairtrade ANZ Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy

The purpose of this policy is to Articulate Fairtrade ANZ’s rejection of all forms of corruption.

Fairtrade ANZ Counter-Terrorism Policy

The purpose of this policy is to articulate Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand’s (Fairtrade ANZ) commitment to complying with United Nations resolutions and Australian and New Zealand laws relating to counter-terrorism and avoid involvement in terrorist activities or supporting terrorism in any way.

Fairtrade ANZ Non-Development Policy

The purpose of this policy is to guide Fairtrade ANZ and our partners to make a clear separation between aid and development and non-aid and development (evangelical and political) objectives and activities.

Fairtrade ANZ Capacity Building Policy 

The purpose of this policy is to outline Fairtrade ANZ’s approach to capacity building of local communities overseas, including focus areas for development work and the key mechanisms and tools available to support the development of agricultural communities. 

Fairtrade ANZ Partnerships Policy

This policy deals with Fairtrade ANZ’s approach to entering into and maintaining partnerships. Partnerships occur when Fairtrade ANZ agrees to work together collectively in general or on a specific project, for the purpose of sharing skills, knowledge and resources or reaching common goals.


Fairtrade Standards

Fairtrade International is responsible for setting and maintaining the Fairtrade Standards.

There are product specific standards, as well as standards for all supply chain actors (small producer organisations, hired labour, contract production and traders).

The Fairtrade Trader Standard applies to all Licensees and Clients buying or selling Fairtrade products.


Policies for Licensees and Certified Clients

All Licensees and Certified Clients with Fairtrade ANZ must be able to demonstrate compliance with Fairtrade Policies.

The Compliance Criteria detail the specific elements that will be covered during an audit for all Fairtrade traders and product categories.


Council for International Development 

Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand is a member of the Council for International Development (CID) and is a signatory to the CID Code of Conduct.

The Code requires members to meet high standards of corporate governance, public accountability, and financial management.

Complaints relating to alleged breaches of the Code of Conduct by any signatory agency can be made to the CID Code of Conduct Committee.

More information about the CID Code of Conduct can be obtained from CID at: www.cid.org.nz Email: code@cid.org.nz

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