In 2008, Scotland achieved its Fair Trade Nation status, but what does that mean to the people of Scotland? This campaign aims to explore the past, present and future of Scotland as a Fair Trade Nation, and what your vision of the ideal Fair Trade Nation is.
Should we aspire to have all schools signing up to Fairtrade cotton uniforms? How can we embed Fair Trade into our everyday lives? Would you like to see Scotland leading the way in responsible public procurement? Tell us what is important to you!
If you prefer not to Tweet/Facebook/Instagram/Social media etc, you can simply complete a campaign results form here and send it back to us.
We will be collecting your thoughts over the next four months and the evidence will be used to shape the work of The Forum and Fair Trade in Scotland. As an incentive, all forms and tweets submitted will be entered into a prize draw to win limited-edition Fair Trade Nation bags.
This campaign will run until 31 January 2017.
If you have questions or queries, or would like more information, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 0141 353 5609
We look forward to receiving your ideas!
Need some more inspiration? Here are some ideas from various supporters including Colin Smyth MSP and from volunteers at The One World Shop on their visions of Fair Trade in Scotland.