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TAKE PART IN THE GREAT LONDON TO PARIS FASHION CYCLE 2010

Started Oct 23, 2009 0 Replies

EJF are calling all adventure seeking style-savvy volunteers to embark on "The Great Fashion Cycle" from London to Paris in aid of our work addressing human rights and environmental abuses in the…Continue

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VOLUNTEER AT THE GLAM SHOW FOR EJF

Started Oct 23, 2009 0 Replies

The Environmental Justice Foundation [EJF] - a small human rights and environmental charity - are looking for volunteers to help at the up and coming GLAM show (…Continue

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Protecting People and Planet
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Environmental Justice Foundation
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www.ejfoundation.org
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Individuals involved or interested in improving conditions in cotton farming for the fashion industry. Individuals involved in the fashion industry in India.
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EJF makes a direct link between the need for environmental security and the defence of basic human rights.

EJF provides film and advocacy training to individuals and grassroots organisations in the global south, enabling them to document, expose and create long term solutions to environmental abuses.

EJF campaigns internationally to raise awareness of the issues our grassroots partners are working to solve locally.

Today EJF has a team of campaigners and film-makers based in London, and works internationally with partners in Brazil, Vietnam, Mali, Sierra Leone, Uzbekistan, Mauritius and Indonesia.
Career history / Company history:
EJF was established in 2000, and became a UK-registered charity in 2001. The founding directors Steve Trent and Juliette Williams, together have over 30 years experience investigating, exposing and resolving environmental abuses and have together worked in over 40 countries around the globe. EJF was established to ensure that these skills and know-how can be passed on to tomorrows environmental and human rights defenders.

Since 2000, EJF has trained defenders in the Global South, and campaigned to raise awareness of their issues here in the West.

Over the past 7 years we have actively partnered grassroots environmental and human rights defenders and undertaken investigations in 15 countries, from Guatemala to Cambodia, Uzbekistan to Guinea.

We have produced 17 campaign reports and 6 films, including ‘White Gold’, the award-winning film on Uzbekistan’s cotton industry, as well as a series of training manuals for grassroots activists.

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Volunteer at Glamlive to promote EJF's organic cotton t-shirt range and gain great experience working backstage at a fashion show.

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Environmental Justice Foundation's Blog

EJF at The Wave

Posted on December 18, 2009 at 17:04 0 Comments



On Saturday 5th December EJF, a member of the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition, joined other coalition members on the march to Parliament, demanding that our Government take urgent action on climate change.



It was a great day with a fantastic turn out as people of all ages marched through the streets to call for climate justice.



Read more and watch EJF's Wave video by following the link below;…

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EJF takes part in Greenwich Park Santa run

Posted on December 18, 2009 at 16:59 0 Comments



Check out the images from when a team of more than 40 EJF staff and supporters braved the rain and donned santa suits for a 5km run around Greenwich Park.



There were a couple of wardrobe malfunctions and the weather wasn't great, but regardless, everyone finished and raised the EJF flag along with funds to support our campaigning work.



You can also view the hilarious video by following the below link;…



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Sourcing Khadi weavers in India

Posted on December 18, 2009 at 12:13 1 Comment

Hello,



I am looking for weavers groups specializing in Khadi weaving, perhaps based in Kerala. I am interested in groups that support sustainable, ethical, fairtrade and organic production of textiles especially NGOs and those who have set up support networks for their workers.



The weavers groups may have have the opportunity to get involved in an exciting project run by charity organisation EJF, to raise awareness of the importance of transparency and organic cotton… Continue

Exclusive organic cotton designer tees at EJF's surprise POP-UP Shop

Posted on November 13, 2009 at 11:39 0 Comments

Exciting news for all eco-friendly fashionistas! EJF’s surprise POP-UP shop has returned to Carnaby Street, this time selling preview samples of the 2010 exclusive designs by Jenny Packham, Alice Temperley, Richard Nicoll and Ciel alongside their current collection by Luella, Giles and Co. for a short time only.





The 'White Gold' POP-UP shop opened last night on the 1st Floor Kingly Court, Carnaby Street and received a constant stream… Continue
 
 
 

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