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The Ethical Fashion Forum (EFF) is a new kind of trade association for the fashion industry, led by businesses, for businesses, and focused on social and environmental sustainability. The fashion industry remains one of the most exploitative in the world, both to people and the environment. Inhuman working conditions, poverty wages and shocking environmental damage are widespread. The Ethical fashion Forum aims to: • Make sure that businesses are aware of how they can become more sustainable, why it is important, and where to find the tools to do so • Achieve broad and fundamental change towards better practices in the fashion industry within the next 10 years • Create a model and precedent for industry change which can be drawn from and built upon by other industries The EFF approach is: INCLUSIVE: Open to designers, retailers, buyers, fair trade producers, manufacturers, NGO’s, fashion students and tutors, consumers… The EFF provides a platform for shared practices, pooling resources, communication and links across the industry. PROGRESSIVE: Complex, global supply chains make it difficult for fashion companies to implement sustainable standards in a single step. The EFF encourages progressive, structured practices towards sustainability. GRASS ROOTS: Founded by fashion designers and businesses in response to challenges to sustainable practices, the EFF has been designed and developed by the industry, for the industry. NOT FOR PROFIT A membership organisation, the EFF is focused upon poverty reduction, education and the environment, in relation to the fashion industry.
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Dhana Launches 'We're Wearin' the World' Campaign

Posted on February 11, 2016 at 10:53 0 Comments

Here at SOURCE, we are proud to work with a number of Founding Partners who exemplify best practice and leadership in the world of sustainable fashion, and Dhana, Inc. is no exception.

Dhana is an award-winning fashion brand for youth and has just recently launched its inspirational 2016 campaign, 'We're Wearin' the World' which we are delighted share with…


Brighton Fashion Week - 20% off Designers Show for all EFF Members!

Posted on July 3, 2015 at 10:01 0 Comments

Applications for Brighton Fashion Week are now open!

As one of their partner, all our EFF members will receive a 20% discount on all the shows - apply before the 20th of July and spread the word about ethical fashion!

Get all the details here.

The True Cost Movie worldwide release / 29th May

Posted on May 28, 2015 at 9:03 0 Comments

After the Cannes Film Festival and the Guardian Preview Screening, the game-changing documentary is released worldwide tomorrow!

This is a story about clothing. It’s about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world.

Watch the full trailer:…


Job Alert - Sustainable Apparel Coalition

Posted on May 22, 2015 at 13:51 0 Comments

The Sustainable Apparel Coalition is seeking a Programme Manager (Social Convergence) in Amsterdam with experience in:

  • Ethical trading
  • The apparel industry
  • Human rights
  • Who has worked with the ILO or MSI 

Find all the information in the attached document. For more information and to apply, please contact…


How can technology shape a sustainable future?

Posted on April 22, 2015 at 11:16 0 Comments

Want to know how technology and innovation can help you achieve your commercial, social and environmental goals?

Join us at SOURCE Summit on 10th June in East London and hear four experts explore how technology and innovation are helping to shape fashion for a more sustainable future. During the morning panel you will learn from:

  • Russ Shaw, Founder of Tech London…

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At 4:49 on February 27, 2014, sois islam said…

hello, nice to be here at EFF, If you please check.

I do work with the rural underprivileged women to facilitate the process of improvement in their life, so that they can combat the hunger and provide support to the families especially the children for food, nutrition health and education. The theme what we follow is fashion for human development, as it's strongly believed, there is huge opportunity to make involved the rural women in fashion industries through developing their indigenous knowledge to modern skill and life skills.The women (mothers of the children studying in primary schools) produce the products where we provide the technical support for diversification and market linkage. The main production lines are fashion wear, fashion accessories, furnishing and home textile, and jute made products. They are 950 in number in the of Self-Help Groups where they have the full autonomy to operate and decision making. They raised capital (savings and investment) through weekly savings, and selling share among the members. They have the machines and equipment (garments) for two factories, one in urban and another in rural area. Apart from these they invested to government mutual fund also. In the rural areas the women producers joined home based farming project where they share the contributory fund raining with the government (100% contributory by the government) in urban they are about to have another group registration to the government Women and Children affairs department where they will have allowances during the pregnancy and breast feeding period. Most importantly some of them now provide training for the external trainees in the government project as resource person. You are most welcome to visit my profile and join in this combat against hunger to protect our children from being deprived.
my Skype: sohel.islam2000

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At 18:49 on January 24, 2012, N.J.Bond said…

      Thanks for the comment  made on the Scarves .

At 13:21 on January 24, 2012, Kerrie Curzon said…

Thank you for your comment!

At 16:28 on December 5, 2011, Sharon Lewis said…

Hi from Sharon of Colors of Silk. Thanks everyone for accepting me into the ethical fashion network. I will post some photos of my work later on this month. I get really busy with scarf orders this time of year. I hope that everyone here will have a great holiday season.

At 19:04 on July 29, 2011, Sommer Currie said…
Limited £8 early bird tickets available so grab yours now...Urban vs. Retro fashion catwalk show, to mark the urban and retro era of the upcoming designers of tomorrow. Free goody bag and canapés, Music will be provided by Ace of BBC 1xtra, a star PA by Jermaine Riley and performances from UK unsigned musicians. Visit​/gb/2011-08/16/urban-vs-re​tro-fashion-show
At 17:40 on April 16, 2010, Mariel Flores Garralda said…
Thanks for the add.....and acepting my photos.....^^
At 3:06pm on December 28, 2009, Mina Kakaiya gave Ethical Fashion Forum a gift
merry christmas and wishing you peace, love and abundancde fro 2010 & beyond
At 15:03 on December 11, 2009, Rachel Walters said…
Hi EFF, it's been ages! So glad you have this network here so I can keep in touch with everyone and see who's in my network back in Canada!
All the very best to you all!
xx Rachel Walters

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