Journal of Fair Trade

Journal of Fair Trade

The Journal of Fair Trade is a biannual, single-blind, peer-reviewed title published by Pluto Journals bringing together academics and practitioner voices. The Journal is owned and run by the Journal of Fair Trade Society (with support from the Pluto Educational Trust), a membership organisation which reflects the wider movement and all who are passionate about change.  Join us and help build back fairer! 

Print ISSN: 2513-9525 
Online ISSN: 2513-9533

Become a member of the Fair Trade Society

Join as a Journal of Fair Trade Society member to support our future and gain benefits. All members are considered members of The Journal of Fair Trade Society, no matter what they have paid. Their rights are:

  • Journal topic recommendations and contributor recommendations
  • The right to join the Advisory Board (by invitation or application)
  • Attend the AGM and receive annual reports and financials of the JOFT and JOFT Society. 
  • To Post information on the JOFT Society website within specified categories e.g. News, Inspiration, Resources, Jobs, Events
USD: United States (US) dollar ($)

Donations are an alternative way to support and are greatly welcomed…

Becoming a member is the best support you can give. Alternatively, if you would like to support without becoming a member we would welcome your generous supporting donation particularly to help us get the Fair Trade Society up-and-running and support the Journal of Fair Trade being an Open Access publication! Click here to donate.

The Fair Trade Society is the non-profit, global membership organisation that owns the Journal of Fair Trade. The Journal and Society have been supported financially and administratively since 2018 by The Pluto Educational Trust and the pioneer members who have joined and made donations. The Editor in Chief and the Editorial Board is not paid. The Advisory Board is voluntary.

The goal for our fundraising and use donations to is to be able to fund and support these activities:

  • Development of the Fair Trade Society as a member-run organisation through engaging and building dialogue and debate, visibility and direction from an Advisory Board of Society members.
  • Through the Advisory Board Chair and members to create connections, opportunities and dialogue across the Society and Journal.
  • Building and managing Journal and Society communications, social media, public relations and outreach within the Society and wider.
  • Through volunteer coordination and support to build awareness and dialogue in specific locations and targeting a range of global actors while also focusing locally.