Fair Finance International (FFI) is an international civil society network of 50 CSOs, initiated by Oxfam, that seeks to strengthen the commitment of banks and other financial institutions to social, environmental and human rights standards.
As a global network we use a rigorous methodology to assess, report on, and campaign for more responsible investment policies & practices. By benchmarking the investment policies and practices of financial institutions in critical areas such as human rights and climate impact, we enable consumers and policy holders to demand more socially responsible, fair, and sustainable investments.
FFI builds on a pioneering model developed in the Netherlands since 2009, followed by a similar initiative in Brazil in 2011, which demonstrated the potential for bringing about positive change in the ways the financial sector invests.
FFI is currently active in 10 countries: Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Netherlands, Norway , Sweden, Thailand, and India. In every country, a coalition of civil society groups, with expertise in areas relevant to monitoring and assessing the financial sector, operates under the umbrella of FFI. FFI coalitions often include development and human rights organisations, labour unions, environmental groups, and consumer organisations.
Through this, FFI provides evidence-based research and analysis for critical dialogues with banks, for informing the public, and for ensuring improved democratic oversight of financial institutions.
Interested in joining?
In collaboration with different parties we are pursuing the further expansion of Fair Finance International. Several organizations in different countries have shown genuine interest in starting up a Fair Finance Guide in their country. To know more about how your organization can join the initiative, please contact the Fair Finance International coordinator, Kees Kodde - email@example.com