Category Archives: Education
fashionABLE 2017 @ Waverley Station
With President WFTO Rudi Dalvai in attendance from Italy, Gail Porter Presenting, with the wonderful Waverley Market in full swing, the second fashionABLE taking place May 12 2017 @ Waverley Station. With three collections; Fair Trade, Scottish and Upcycled/Recycled, the real stars of the show, our awesome models who attended from across Scotland and as far Dorset. Jack Eyers who came to model the first ever World Fair Trade Tartan kilts is now Mr. England and we congratulate him on […]
Categories: Education, Environment, Events, Fair Trade, Fairtrade, fashionABLE, Global film, Health, Human Rights, Uncategorized
fashionABLE at Waverley Station Market Friday 23 September
fashionABLE has been created to platform fashion for real people, from all walks of life, focusing on inclusivity, diversity and with integrity. This first event took place with a huge amount of support from so many people and we hope to platform more fashionABLE events in 2017 LocalMotive Markets fashionABLE Events so please be in touch if you would like to be involved.
Categories: Education, Environment, Fairtrade, fashionABLE, Global film, Human Rights, Investment
Fair and Ethical Trade on the Fringe
Fair and Ethical Trade on the Fringe celebrating International Fair Trade in Edinburgh, a Fairtrade City during the International Festival. In 2012,this event had producers from Madagascar, Vietnam, Kenya, Zambia, India and Ghana as well organisations from right across the UK.
Categories: Education, Environment, Events, Fair Trade, Fairtrade, Global film, Health
Anna Friel discovers the majesty of gorillas with WWF
On 11th June 2014 SOCO announced it will leave Virunga National Park and remain out of all other UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Government champions and communities within DRC and supporters worldwide joined together to help remove this immediate threat to Africa’s oldest national park. Now we must continue to work together to ensure that the park remains free from future threats. You can still show your support at http://wwwf.org/virunga
Categories: Education, Environment, Global film • Tags: ANNA FRIEL, UNESCO, VIRUNGA, WWF
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