This year’s Fair Trade Campaigner Conference will take place on Saturday 30 September in Dundee.


Everyone is welcome. To join us, please register here. We need to know you’re coming so that we can arrange the catering and ensure we have enough space.


Please find the programme here.

Our speaker biographies can be found here and include:

Bill Campbell, Lord Provost of Dundee

Christina McKelvie MSP, Minister for Culture, Europe and International Development (recorded)

Martin Rhodes, Chief Executive, Scottish Fair Trade Forum

Matthew Jarron, Curator, Museum Services, University of Dundee (Breaking the Chains)

Richard McCready, Dundee Fair Trade Forum

Karena Jarvie, Perth and Kinross Fairtrade Zone Group

Nduzani Zaya, Trustee of the Scottish Fair Trade Forum and representing Kasinthula Cane Growers Association, Malawi

Aimable Nshimiye, Trustee of the Scottish Fair Trade Forum and Abateraninkunga Ba Sholi Coffee Co-operative, Rwanda

Aekus Kamboj, Ethnic Minority Environmental Network Officer, CEMVO

Sally Romilly and Josh Brown, Global Learning Advisers, One World Centre

There will be time for discussions and socialising too. Plus the following will be there with stalls:



Gavin’s Mill

Individual & Ecological Health

One World Shop


True Origin Foods

Yho Yho

The address for Glasite Hall (known also as Kingsgait Kirk) is:

St. Andrew’s Church
2-6 King Street

Images of the venue:

Photo showing Glasite Hall entered ahead and through the car park on the left (at the yellow sign).

Exterior Glasite Hall, Dundee, White Building

Getting there


Dundee Railway Station is located at S Union St, Dundee DD1 4BY – a 14 minute walk to the venue.


Dundee Bus Station is located at Seagate Bus Station, Seagate, Dundee DD1 2EH –  a 3 minute walk to the venue.

The website Rome2Rio is helpful with travel planning.


Dundee is around 1hr 30 minutes from Glasgow and Edinburgh, 1hr 20 minutes from Aberdeen and 30 minutes from Perth.

There is a small car park at Glasite Hall (entered from King Street). Priority will be given to stall holders, and to attendees on a first-come-first-served.

The closest car park is the Wellgate Centre Car Park.


This year, the catering will be served by Serendipities, a social change cafe. Fairtrade tea and coffee, and biscuits will be available, along with a lovely warm lunch, water and fruit. You can tell us about any allergies and / or dietary requirements when you register.


The venue is accessible. You can also tell us about any accessibility or other requirements you have when you register.

If you have any questions, please email

Everyone welcome!