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You have helped to make ethical shopping easier!
5th Aug, 15 | Posted by Gordon Renouf
You have helped to make ethical shopping easier!

We did it! Thanks to the support of hundreds of Australians, Good On You will soon releasing a smartphone app that makes ethical shopping easier.

Want your very own Ethical Shopping Assistant? Here’s how!
25th Jun, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Want your very own Ethical Shopping Assistant? Here’s how!

Would you like your own Shopping Assistant to ensure the clothes you buy are ethical? World Vision's Ruth Dearnley shares how the team at Good On You are working to make that possible.

Lessons from Vietnam: Ethical Tourism
24th Jun, 15 | Posted by Steph Semler
Lessons from Vietnam: Ethical Tourism

Youth Ambassador Steph shares how you can use your dollar as a tourist to support ethical practices and help to protect children from child labour and exploitation.

The face of child labour
12th Jun, 15 | Posted by Mark Nonkes
The face of child labour

There are 168 million child labourers in the world today, working in fields, factories, fishing boats and many other places. By addressing the reasons why children are forced to work - and helping communities see the importance of education - World Vision is working to end child labour.

Why we’re all responsible for a Fashion Revolution
24th Apr, 15 | Posted by Bethany Noble
Why we’re all responsible for a Fashion Revolution

After the Rana Plaza tragedy two years ago, the human cost of fast fashion became devastatingly clear. Bethany Noble from Good On You talks about the Fashion Revolution encouraging people to be more mindful about the clothes they buy.

Two years on: what have I done for the workers of Rana Plaza?
23rd Apr, 15 | Posted by Lisa Hodson
Two years on: what have I done for the workers of Rana Plaza?

It’s hard to believe the haunting images of flattened buildings in Rana Plaza in Bangladesh are now two years old. But as the anniversary approaches, it’s timely to ask: what changes have been made to mark this terrible loss of life?