Collaborate

For a Fair Economy and a Better World

Main Collaboration & Campaigns section

Overview

Collaboration and partnerships are important in achieving our mission, we know we cannot do it alone.

Sharing is everything

We disseminate our findings as widely as we can through meetings and seminars with policy makers and practitioners, as well as through our media work, publications and online.

Who we work with - Investments

The Charities Responsible Investment Network (CRIN) brings together charities with investments to further their missions through responsible investment. In the last few years the network has engaged with investee companies, investment managers and policymakers on a broad range of environmental, social and governance issues, including the Living Wage, workers’ rights in supply chains, executive pay, corporate lobbying and investment managers’ voting records.

The Shareholders for Change network (SFC) is a group of institutional investors involved in active engagement with corporations to enhance a sustainable development as an essential element of their role as bond – and shareholders.

The Church Investors Group represents institutional investors from many mainstream Church denominations and church related charities. Our aims are to encourage the formulation of investment policies based on Christian ethical principles, to encourage responsible business practice through engagement with company managements and to share information and views on ethical matters related to investment. The CIG has 65 members, predominantly drawn from the UK and Ireland, with combined investment assets of over £25bn.

Who we work with - Projects

Foundation Practice Rating
As a charitable foundation that aims to reform the economy, we are struck by the barriers that some people still face in the UK, such as racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, biphobia and transphobia and other types of discrimination. The experiences of diverse people who are traditionally not present in positions of power have been amplified by the social movements that have gained momentum over the years, for example, Black Lives Matter, Equal Pay, Disability and LGBTQ+ rights.

Barrow Cadbury – Fair by Design
FPF are supporting this cross-funder coalition to campaign against the poverty premium, the extra costs of being poorer. Poverty premiums are a social injustice and are both a consequence and driver of poverty.