Producers' worlds, Producers’ perspectives
Voices of Fair Trade A case study of Employment in Fair Trade and its impact on women's empowerment,
Johansson, M. (2017) Voices of Fair Trade A case study of Employment in Fair Trade and its impact on women's empowerment. LUP Student Papers. Retrieved from: https://lup.lub.lu.se/student-papers/search/publication/8906995
Abstract: Fair Trade is considered a successful alternative to traditional trade systems. The aim of this
study was to examine the impact of Fair Trade on women’s empowerment by showcasing a case study of 18 women involved in handicraft production in Nepal.
Certifying Coffee Cooperatives in Ethiopia, India and Nicuragua: How Far Do Small-scale Coffee Producers Benefit?
Jena, P.R., Grote, U., Stellmacher, T. (2018) Certifying Coffee Cooperatives in Ethiopia, India and Nicuragua: How Far Do Small-scale Coffee Producers Benefit? In P. Parvathi, U. Grote, H. Waibel (Eds.). Fair Trade and Organic Agriculture: A Winning Combination? (pp. 157–172). Wallingford, UK: CAB International.
Fair Trade on Peruvian textiles enterprises as a path for social development for women and ancestral techniques preservation.
Huayanay Román, S, Bachelor on International Business, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega University (unpublished manuscript)
According to the Peruvian Ministry of Production, the Peruvian textile industry represents 1,3% of the Gross Domestic Product, and 8,9% of the national manufacturing production. The textile industry’s exports generated 1,196 million dollars in revenue in 2016 alone. Moreover, this industry generates more than 400,000 jobs making it the second most important industry in Peru behind the metallic industry.