Hello and Assalaam Alaikum everyone,
Thank you for dropping by.
So here I am for the fifth consecutive year participating in the Six Items Challenge with Labour Behind The Label.
Why I'm here?
I have decided to participate and support the Six Item Challenge for the fifth year because I care about the millions of countless individuals producing clothes and accessories in factories and workshops around the world.
This year I hope to support fair trade certified cotton farmers and producers.
Hopefully by the end of the Six Week Challenge I would have educated a few people and raised a few pounds/dirhams.
What you can do?
Every little helps and your donation will provide Labour Behind The Label the opportunity to raise awareness about the rights of factory workers and improve their wages and working conditions.
Please click on my page to learn about my progress.
Apologies all! I've been busy working on my fair trade children's range and designing fair trade sustainable packaging with fair trade producers in Sri Lanka, Philippines and Nepaal record week 4 or 5 but have recorded Week 6.
I'll also attach each weeks videos as I record them.
To learn more about Labour Behind The Label click on the link below.
For those die hard eco fashion warriors who would like to read about my previous years campaigns I'll attach a link to my Six Items Challenges for 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 for you to read at your leisure.
Best wishes and regards to all the participants.
Here's to another successful Six Item Challenge 2016!
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August 1st 2017 marks my mother’s 65th birthday.
My beloved mother was a ‘courageous woman, she was my first school of thought, love, compassion and my paradise.’
Mum was an extraordinarily humble, kind and charismatic lady.
She could strike up a conversation with anyone. An empathetic listener, amazing chef and gardener, she possessed a sharp wit and humour that would instantly lift your spirits.
This month I was I was approached by Ellen van Dongen of the Responsible Shopping Dubai website and asked if The Little Fair Trade Shop would like to be featured. I said YES!
Attended my first Dubai Vegan Meet Up, continued with my Who Made My Clothes course and was diagnosed with a painful frozen shoulder.
I spent most of August 2016 with my siblings in London and mustered the energy to board a train to historical York to visit Shared Earth and talk with founder and owner Jeremy Piercy.
Many thanks to David Piercy for his time and support during my visit.
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