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The WSSE is the network from which the ALOE network emerged. The website includes an important number of general documents, or other more specific from different sectors of solidarity economy (Vision of a SE, Indicators, Fair Trade, Solidarity Finance, Social Money, Women and Economy, Social Responsibility, International regulations, Environmental Justice, Ecological Debt and Sustainable Development). 5 years of archives showing the wealth of reflexion on solidarity economy at the international level.

FAST represents financial institutions committed to sustainable production and the trade of sustainable goods. Members include socially oriented and alternative lending institutions, SME producer organisations, development institutions and other stakeholders in the agricultural commodities supply chain.

Launched in May 2007, FAST brings together a diverse group of stakeholders for the first time working collectively to improve the operational efficiency and effectiveness of sustainable small and medium enterprise (SSME) finance. FAST’s objectives center on ensuring the continued growth of sustainable production and trade by increasing the number of producers in developing nations who obtain access quality trade finance. Through the development of joint projects, advocacy, interorganizational cooperation, and increased transparency, FAST will work to broaden producer access to credit and related financial risk management tools.

he Asia Fair Trade Forum (AFTF) comprises 88 Fair Trade organizations, working to uplift the condition of thousands of grassroots producers and workers in 12 of the poorest Asian countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia,People’s Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam

The Center for Global Justice is a multi-cultural, democractically organized service, learning, and research center. Through our support of the social and solidarity economy, our public education programs, and our research collaborations we seek to empower ordinary people to work to create a more socially and economically just world.

Many articles papers available on solidarity economy, microcredit, globalization, etc.

FLO is a non-profit, multi-stakeholder association involving 23 member organizations (Labelling Initiatives and Producer Networks), traders and external experts. The organization develops and reviews Fairtrade standards and provides support to Fairtrade Certified Producers by assisting them in gaining and maintaining Fairtrade certification and capitalizing on market opportunities.

The World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) is the global representative body of over 350 organisations committed to 100% Fair Trade. The WFTO is the authentic voice of Fair Trade and a guardian of Fair Trade values.

The WFTO operates in 70 countries across 5 regions; Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North American and the Pacific Rim, with elected global and regional boards, to create market access through policy, advocacy, campaigning, marketing and monitoring. It is the only global network whose members represent the Fair Trade chain from production to sale.

EFTA (the European Fair Trade Association) is an association of eleven Fair Trade importers in nine European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom).

Organization that tries to bring the marginalised people into the mainstream development process and to bring about equitable development through Community Business Programme; Ethical Business Programme; Sustainable Agriculture Consultancy; Socially Responsible Business/CSR, and Domestic Fair Trade Promotion.