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Topic: Fairtrade


Fair Trade and the Indigenous People

March 9, 2015 · 

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The most recent discovery of a human fossil, a jawbone with four teeth in Ethiopia has amazed anthropologists because of its age. It strengthens the theory that the migration of the first humans out of Africa occurred about 1.5 million years ago. Some of them moved through Asia and across land bridges into South East […]

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What is Fair Trade all about?

March 1, 2015 · 

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Juan and Maria de la Costa are couple living with three children in the mountains of Zambales 140 kilometers north of Manila. They are subsistence farmers, struggling to survive on what they can grow. They have lived in poverty making a living from planting vegetables, gathering wild honey and harvesting mango fruits to sell in […]

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Fair Trade and the social teachings of the Catholic Church

November 19, 2014 · 

Fair Trade and the social teachings of the Catholic Church Father Shay Cullen, mssc One of the most well-known success stories of Preda Fair Trade is its action to alleviate poverty and oppose the evil trade of human trafficking by implementing the social teachings of the Church. Living out in action these spiritual and social […]

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Preda FairTrade mango farmers receive bonus and education.

November 10, 2014 · 

The Preda Fair Trade producer partner team went to Davao to meet again the members of the Preda Fair Trade small farmers association and welcome new groups to join the association of small farmers.

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Cooperation with Aetas – Resistance, nature conservation, and fair trade

August 29, 2014 ·  By Moritz Weinbeer

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Nearly everywhere in the world indigenous people are already extinct or severely threatened by  other peoples. Likewise, the native people of the Filipino archipelago, the Aeta, have been reduced  over the past centuries to only a few thousand remaining individuals, mainly living in the  mountainous regions of Luzon, the largest island of the Philippines. During […]

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Solidarity for Philippine Fair Trade

August 12, 2014 · 

Shay Cullen Mssc. Fairness and justice is what the  poor and the oppressed need from those elected to protect and serve them. When the people are in greatest need and government officials turn away then the people have been betrayed ,abandoned and left without help. This is what I experience everyday in our  struggle to […]

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No pain for the poor no gain for the rich

July 8, 2014 · 

One of most important things for a happy, meaningful life is to have a goal, a positive purpose that is good for both others and ourselves. It can be helping in the community, volunteering in a Fair Trade shop, supporting a shelter for the homeless, or raising funds for a worthy cause.

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FAIR TRADE – A TASTE OF JUSTICE

July 2, 2014 · 

by Fr. Shay Cullen – I love to go to the villages of the Aeta indigenous people of Zambales where I have worked for the past 45 years. These original Filipino people have survived for millennia on the northern island of the tropical archipelago, as long as 30,000 years, some anthropologists say.

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SHOUTING INTO THE SILENCE

June 4, 2014 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen – One of most important things for a happy meaningful life is to have a goal, a positive purpose that does good for others and for ourselves. It can be helping in the community, volunteering in a Fair Trade shop, supporting in a shelter for the homeless, or raising funds for a worthy cause.

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Mango Harvest at Pili

May 20, 2014 · 

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