Call For Nominations

The Scottish Fair Trade Awards celebrate the individuals, groups and organisations who make Scotland a vibrant Fair Trade Nation.

Scottish Fair Trade Awards 2021 logo with confettiTo highlight Fair Trade’s contribution to a more just, equitable and sustainable world, we welcome nominations this year that spotlight contributions to climate action. To mark COP26, we have two awards that specifically call for nominations working simultaneously on climate and Fair Trade: The Fair Trade and Sustainability Award and the Climate Partnership Award.

Let us know about those who deserve recognition for what they do to support Fair Trade in Scotland. You can nominate as many individuals, groups or organisations as you like, in as many categories as you like.


Volunteer Award: Any volunteer who has shown outstanding commitment to Fair Trade.

Community Award:  Any individual, group or organisation (e.g. faith group, school, business or community) that does exceptional campaigning for Fair Trade in their community.

Fair Trade Business Award: Any Fair Trade Business that has made a contribution to Fair Trade, to people and to planet.

Innovation Award: Any individual, group or organisation that has created an innovative campaign or taken a new approach to Fair Trade.

Fair Trade and Sustainability Award: Any project, individual, group or organisation who works to raise awareness of the climate aims and impact of Fair Trade and its role in contributing towards a more sustainable world.

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Climate Partnership Award: Any supplier and producer partnership that works together on Fair Trade and climate.

Sponsored by South Lanarkshire Council



Outstanding Achievement Award: Any individual, group or organisation that has demonstrated consistent outstanding commitment to Fair Trade and continually made significant achievements through Fair Trade campaigning.

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Please complete the Nomination Form and email to by 21 October 2021 (extended from 14 October).