- monitor trade and investment negotiation processes;
- establish contacts with similar international networks;
- exchange information and basic educational material on trade issues;
- raise community awareness and debate through public events and activities and
- seek to change trade and investment policy based on these principles
AFTINET does not sell fair-traded products. But you can find information about companies that do sell them on our links page.
You can become an individual or organisational member/supporter of AFTINET. Members have voting rights and are bound by the constitution. To become a member or supporter of AFTINET click here.
AFTINET structures and constitution
The AFTINET constitution provides a basic democratic structure for the organisation. Members elect a working group which administers the organisation. The working group keeps membership and financial records and reports to annual general meetings of members. AFTINET is registered under Commonwealth legislation as a non-profit company limited by guarantee to limit the financial liability of members to their membership fee.
Organisations and individuals who do not wish to become members can become subscribers. This means they receive all other benefits of membership but cannot vote at meetings and are not bound by the constitution.
A copy of the constitution is available from email@example.com.