Conference History

The Fairly Educated Conference has been hosted by a different group of Universities in Australia for the past 4 years. Click on the link to find out more about each conference, and any resources that have been uploaded.

2015 – University of Adelaide & Flinders University (SA, Adelaide)

2014 – University of Queensland (QUEENSLAND, Brisbane)

2013 – University of Tasmania (TASMANIA, Hobart)

The 2013 Fairly Educated Conference was held at the University of Tasmania in Hobart on the 19th to the 21st of July 2013. The conference program was build upon the pillars of Learn, Act and Succeed. For the first time, conference attendees were given an opportunity to put in action their skills and knowledge through activities at the famous Salamanca markets. For more information about the program and the speakers please visit here.

2012 – Consortium of Melbourne Universities (RMIT, Deakin, Melbourne, La Trobe, Monash) (VICTORIA, Melbourne)

In July 2012 Fairly Educated held its second conference at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia, hosted by the Melbourne Universities Fair Trade Consortium. The Melbourne Fair Trade Universities Consortium is comprised of La Trobe University, RMIT University, the University of Melbourne, Monash University and Deakin University. The 2012 Fairly Educated Conference focussed on inspiring new and existing Fair Trade University Campaigns, as well as discussing how a University continues to address the issue of Fair Trade once it has achieved Fair Trade Accreditation. The conference brought together: students, academic and professional staff, campus and fair trade suppliers of coffee, tea and chocolate; to discuss Fair Trade Products and University Fair Trade Accreditation.

2011 – University of Sydney (NEW SOUTH WALES, Sydney)


and this year, 2016 – Deakin University (VIC, Geelong)