Claire Harris
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Advocacy Campaign Coordinator
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Baptist World Aid Australia
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I research the ethical sourcing practices of fashion and electronics companies and grade them to create a simple guide for consumers to compare the brands they love.

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At 9:51 on December 20, 2011, Carlie Ballard said…

HI Claire,

Thanks for your message. Apologies for not getting back sooner, I tend to forget that there is chat on the EFF....

Would love to meet up in the new year to discuss all things ethical and sustainable including your thesis and the jewellery your getting made in Uganda. It's sounds like we have a lot to talk about.

Indigo Bazaar is very close now to launching which is really exciting.

Im based in Manly, but happy to meet up somewhere more central for both of us.

Have a great festive season and if you would like to contact me via my email which i check a million times a day!!! it's



At 3:32 on November 25, 2011, Lara McPherson said…

Hey Claire, I'm the Director of Sustainable Fashion Australia here in Melbourne - would love to connect you up with our Facebook Group. I think you'd find the people really interesting and we'd love to hear your perspective on things! Feel free to get in touch!

At 2:06 on November 23, 2011, Carlie Ballard said…

Hi Claire,

I share similar views as you have mentioned above. It's certianly not easy to go completely ethical and sustainable, but certainly every bit helps, and i think this is an important message to broadcast. 

There is a really cool quote that i stumbled across awhile ago 'change the rhythm of your life. Work less, earn less, consume less' it really spoke to me.

I am also based in Sydney and in the process of launching an ethical and sustainable online fashion store.

Definitly happy to share my thoughts on this matter.






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