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  • Writer's pictureTina Chan

Get Involved: Join the Good Clothes, Fair Pay Campaign and Make a Difference

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Hey there! Are you looking for ways to get involved in the Good Clothes, Fair Pay Campaign and teach your kids about fair and sustainable fashion?

You've come to the right place! Here are some fun and easy ways to get started:

Shop smart: Next time you're out shopping, take a few extra minutes to read the labels and look for brands committed to fair wages and safe working conditions for garment workers. It might take some extra effort, but it's worth knowing that your clothes were made responsibly and sustainably.

Start a conversation: Talk to your kids about where their clothes come from and the impact their purchasing decisions can have on the lives of garment workers worldwide. It's never too early to teach them about social responsibility and making informed choices.

Get creative: Organize a clothing swap with your friends and family, or encourage your kids to get crafty and upcycle old clothes into something new and exciting. It's a great way to reduce waste and promote sustainable fashion!

Support fair trade: Look for certified fair trade products and explain to your kids why it's important to support fair wages for workers. You can even make it into a game - see who can find the most fair trade products on your next shopping trip!

Take action: Join protests, sign petitions, and support organizations working to improve garment workers' lives worldwide. It's a great way to show your kids that their voices matter and that they can make a difference in the world.

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If the Good Clothes, Fair Pay campaign is successful in collecting 1 million signatures, it could lead to the introduction of a living wage directive in the EU. This would be a significant step forward in the fight for fair wages in the global fashion industry and could set a precedent for other regions to follow.

Remember, 19 April 2023 will be the deadline to reach 1 million signatures in support of the Good Clothes, Fair Pay Campaign. By participating in the campaign and teaching your kids about fair and sustainable fashion, you're helping to create a better world for everyone. So let's work together to make a difference and create a more just and sustainable fashion industry!


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