Hello from Sweden in a Friday night!. It´s not that late but I think I am going to bed soon. I am so tired today after an exhausting day looking for cloths at Spanish shop, Zara in Stockholm in order to have everything ready for the Misslopez Latin makeover on Swedish TV, Förkväll next Tuesday. I´ve found my outfit and much more, so I am happy. To be continued…
Well, I think it´s a good idea companies support NGO´s to have a better world, as Zara and many more. The day I´ve had a Jobb speed dating in Bruno Galleria, Götgatan, Stockholm, I´ve met a woman in charge of Fairtrade NGO in Sweden and I like it, so from my blogg I am going to support fairtrade, against explotation as I support human rights and respect, that´s the most important.
Here comes a introduction of Fairtrade and what they do. In the picture, a Southamerican woman working for a fair trade. Fairtrade is an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. Fairtrade offers producers a better deal and improved terms of trade. This allows them the opportunity to improve their lives and plan for their future. Fairtrade offers consumers a powerful way to reduce poverty through their every day shopping.
When a product carries the FAIRTRADE Mark it means the producers and traders have met Fairtrade standards. The standards are designed to address the imbalance of power in trading relationships, unstable markets and the injustices of conventional trade.
You can find wines at Systembolaget in Sweden with Fairtrade mark. Go to Fairtrade site in Sweden: https://www.fairtrade.se/cldoc/994.htm
Fight for your rights (I love this expression) and Feelgood