Fashion Revolution Week 2021 Event Line Up : How You Can Get Involved

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Opaque fashion supply chains enable exploitation to thrive while obscuring who has the power to fix it. 
Since Fashion Revolution started, people from all over the world have used their voice and their power to demand change from the fashion industry. And it’s working. The industry is starting to listen.
But the story is far from over. We are only just getting started. We can’t stop until every worker who makes our clothes is seen, heard and paid properly and the environments they live and work in are safe and clean. We can’t stop until the culture of consumption is changed and we learn to love and appreciate our clothes and the people that made them.
Here are ways you can get involved with Fashion Revolution Week 2021 (19- 25th April):


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Yes, World Fair Trade Organisation and Fashion Revolution are asking the big question!
On Wednesday, 21st April 2021, 4 pm BST (British Summer Time), World Fair Trade Organisation and Fashion Revolution will unpack insights together with fair trade enterprises and fashion brands. Catch them on Fashion Revolution’s IG Live 


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It’s time for us to celebrate all the good practices in fashion and campaign for a fairer fashion industry.  Show your label and ask the brand #whomademyclothes
You can also share a selfie on social media during Fashion Revolution Week and ask the brands you’re wearing #WhoMadeMyClothes? to give a voice to all of the people around the world who work in the fashion supply chain.
You can also ask #WhatsInMyClothes? to challenge brands on the environmental impacts of the materials they use. Make sure you tag the brand(s) in your photo so they can see your question. You can download the free posters here and help share your post by tagging @fash_rev.


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About the SewsTELAbility event : 
Join Fashion Revolution Cambodia, in conversations about sustainable fashion, we often hear about workers and brands. But there’s so much in between.

Fashion Revolution Cambodia will be chatting to four Cambodian women in management positions on the factory floor. What do they do? What do they like about their jobs? What are their pain points? And how did they end up in the fashion industry to begin with?

About this collaboration: Manufactured is a podcast about sustainability and the making of fashion, by Jessie Li and Kim van der Weerd.
Learn more about Manufactured Podcast here.


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About the SewsTELAbility event : 
SewsTELAbility is a portmanteau of sew, tela (textile or fabric), and sustainability. It’s a mini series of talks and workshops co-presented by DOST-PTRI and Wear Forward that aims to highlight the discourse on fashion sustainability and textile innovation. It also aims to instill practical and technical skills in garment making and refashioning to promote responsible production and consumption.


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About the FASH REV Week Singapore Edition : 
You won’t want to miss out on our inspiring and thought provoking talks, discussing fashion waste, building a sustainable business, do Singaporeans really care about sustainable fashion and more! Line up of speakers includes : Levi’s, WWF-Singapore, The Fashion Pulpit, Indosole, GRAYE,  andmany more.
Fashion Revolution is a global movement in 100 countries that runs all year round. We have created a worldwide platform which we can all use to ask questions, raise standards and set an industry-wide example of what better looks like. It starts with one simple question: who made my clothes? Ask #whomademyclothes?
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