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Are you based in Scotland and a fashion tutor, student, desginer, supplier? Fashioning an Ethical Industry has been funded by DFID to support the development of a Scottish Ethical Fashion Education Network. This is the project group - join us!See More
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At 12:07 on June 25, 2010, David McGill said…
Sounds great. Thanks for the invitation Hannah. If you need help finding a venue in Edinburgh give me a shout
At 11:43 on June 22, 2010, David McGill said…
Hi Hannah, I'd be happy to play a part Hannah. If you need help in finding a central location in Edinburgh I might be ale to help. I'm also working on fashion projects with three colleges/universities who might be interested in coming.
At 21:40 on March 3, 2010, Holly Berry said…
Thank you for a wonderful two days! I've done a short write-up on my blog:
http://hollyberryideasdesign.blogspot.com/
Hope to see you again soon!x
At 1:27 on February 14, 2010, Lavanya said…
Hi,I am conducting a survey for my MA project at London College of Fashion to understand the consumer behaviour towards eco-fashion clothing in the premium and luxury segment with a primary focus on eco-luxuryT-shirts. Please go to this link and fill up the survey questionnaire.

http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dF9nd3c2eFZyWEFBclJibHh5c0xKUnc6MA

Please forward this all your friends as well. Your opinions and viewpoints matter alot and it would be of great help to me if you couldcomplete the survey. Thank you once again.
At 19:06 on December 24, 2009, Dhirendra Singh said…
Hi,
I am designer based in India, would like to get associated or work with FEI.Please let me know the feasibility.

Warmly,
Dhirendra
At 22:15 on September 29, 2009, Abbie Price said…
Hi there, yeah it was a shame you couldn't make it to the Social. But I shall definitely let you know if and when there's another. It was such a lovely coincidence to run into Young-One. It's great she's doing an internship with you guys. Hope you're well. Abbie x
At 13:23 on September 28, 2009, jacqueline said…
welcome to the book club group!

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At 10:28 on September 9, 2009, Abbie Price said…
Hi guys,
thanks for the add. hope you're doing well.
was wondering if you'd heard about the EFF socials....?
abbie.
At 11:49 on July 29, 2009, Tamsin Lejeune said…
Fantastic to have you on the network. We have given you featured member status. We would welcome your contributions to the blog
Tamsin
At 13:42 on July 28, 2009, Fashioning an Ethical Industry said…
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Labour Behind the Label
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Fashioning an Ethical Industry (FEI) is a fashion-education project of Labour Behind the Label. The project works with tutors and students on fashion-related courses to give an overview of how the fashion industry can positively and negatively impact on the working conditions in garment manufacture and to inspire students - as the next generation of industry players - to raise standards for workers in the fashion industry of the future.

We run student workshops, organise tutor training events, provide teaching resources and work with tutors to integrate ethical issues related to garment manufacture into their teaching.
Career history / Company history:
FEI works with all fashion colleges across the UK. Whilst we cannot claim all of the success since the project started, there are now more than 30 universities covering ethical issues. For example; the Reader in Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion, a Professor of Ethical Fashion at Northumbria & MAs in Ethical Fashion at UCA & LCF.

FEI is a 5 year project. The principal funder from June 2005 to May 2008 was the Department for International Development (DFID) from the Development Awareness Fund. The project also secured a major grant from June 2007 to June 2010 from the European Commission from the Actions to Raise Public Awareness of Development Issues in Europe fund. Unfortunately this funding has to end and 2010 will be FEI's last year. Consequently we’re passing the responsibility to carry on this work to the tutors and students that FEI has been in touch with over these 5 years.

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Update 'Fashioning the Future international student awards for sustainability in fashion' - Centre for Sustainable Fashion

Posted on October 9, 2009 at 14:21 0 Comments

An update about the Centre for Sustainable Fashion’s

'Fashioning the Future international student awards for sustainability in fashion'



You can download the briefing document and upload you applications on the Centre for Sustainable Fashion website: http://www.sustainable-fashion.com/?page_id=211



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Guardian review of 2009 update of Let's Clean Up Fashion

Posted on October 9, 2009 at 13:52 0 Comments



2009 update of Let's Clean Up Fashion



Many of the biggest brands have publicly accepted that garment workers' wages need to increase. But no company is yet paying workers a living wage. Let's Clean up Fashion 2009 surveys the state of pay on the UK high street.



Read the guardian review here:…

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