UK Ethical Fashion Brands To Pop-Up For Change At Notting Hill Museum

On Saturday, April 28th, a group of independent ethical fashion brands from across the UK will host a pop-up market, talks and a fashion show as part of Fashion Revolution Week 2018. Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution will showcase some 30 companies and their ethically-made clothing, jewellery, accessories and footwear at the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising just minutes from the world famous Portobello market in West London. Jo Salter, founder of ethical fashion brand, Where Does It Come From? is co-hosting the April event with Sian Conway, founder…

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Don’t Panic and Caviar team up to produce film for Childline

Between 2016 and 2017, there was 60,352 visits to the Childline web pages about issues surrounding ethnicity and culture, including racist bullying. Discrimination has increased significantly in the current political climate, often starting out as joking behaviour and later escalating to bullying. Childline has revealed the high level of discrimination alongside an empowering and thought provoking film, illustrating  the various  types of prejudice that young people experience. The film was created by Don’t Panic and produced by Caviar to demonstrate that young people are not alone in their experiences, and…

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