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Posts tagged ‘ethical shopping’

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Slavery – we have come so far, but yet so far to go
2nd Dec, 14 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Slavery – we have come so far, but yet so far to go

Today is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery - a time to celebrate the achievements made in working to end slavery, and acknowledge the work still to be done.

How I stopped getting bad Christmas presents and helped end exploitation
26th Nov, 14 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
How I stopped getting bad Christmas presents and helped end exploitation

World Vision's Public Advocacy Manager Ruth Dearnley shares her top tips for giving - and receiving - ethical gifts this Christmas.

What does ‘ethical shopping’ actually mean?
21st Nov, 14 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
What does ‘ethical shopping’ actually mean?

'Ethical shopping' could mean many things - World Vision's Ruth Dearnley reflects on what it means to her, and how she puts it into practice.

Valuing the people behind the products
28th Aug, 14 | Posted by Fiona Taylor
Valuing the people behind the products

In the leadup to Abolitionist Sunday 2014, Melbourne mum Fiona shares how she’s helping her community learn about, and value, the people who make the products we consume.

How I became an ethical shopper
12th Sep, 13 | Posted by Libby Sanders
How I became an ethical shopper

For Libby Sanders, a trip to India and a pair of $12 jeans set her on a quest to become an ethical shopper.