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.
Fair & Ethical Trade on the Fringe, an annual event located in the heart of Edinburgh during The International Festival that platforms fair trade, ethical trade and local trade and attracts international exhibitors that attended this year from as far India, Chile, Zambia, Kenya, putting fair & ethical trade on the high street. This event also supports Scotland as a Fair Trade Nation. On film speaking are Alison Grant from Kiri London, sourcing and living in India with Tara Project, […]
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
Fair Trade Fiesta celebrated Scotland’s achievement of becoming a Fair Trade Nation on World Fair Trade Day and during Edinburgh’s 10th anniversary of becoming a Fairtrade City. A parade from City Chambers on The Royal Mile lead by The Rt Honourable Donald Wilson, Lord Provost of Edinburgh and Humza Yousaf, International Development Minister with schools, universities, interfaith groups, organisations involved as well performers weaved its way down The Mound to Princes Street Gardens for the start a wonderful FREE five […]
Ethical TV presents this short on behalf of the Max Havelaar Foundation. Have you ever wondered where the fairtrade mark originated from? This short celebrates the creation, formation and continuation of the fairtrade mark across the globe; Max Havelaar and Fairtrade International are responsible for bringing fairtrade products and this symbol into the mainstream market. The Max Havelaar foundation is an independent non-profit organization that licenses use of the Fairtrade Certification Mark on products in the Netherlands in accordance with internationally […]