If you want to learn more about everything ethical fashion then this is the page for you! We've got loads of resources you can use below.


Bible study: Conscious and Christ-Centred Consumption

A study designed to help you think about how and why we consume clothing, what this means for people on the other side of the world, and the ways we can become more conscious Christ-centred consumers. Click here for the mobile version.


Digging Deeper: Conscious Consumption

A study designed to help you think about how and why we consume clothing, what this means for people on the other side of the world, and the ways we can become more conscious consumers. Click here for the mobile version.


Email Template: Living wage call to action

If you want to take more action on living wages then we suggest emailing your favourite brand. We've put together a template that you can add your own personal touches to before sending off to a brand.


The 2021 Ethical Fashion Report

In case you missed the link to this on the Ethical Fashion homepage you can access the full report here.


The 2021 Ethical Fashion Report Appendices

If you're a data geek then you might want to check out the full data set from The 2021 Ethical Fashion Report.


Fibre and Fabric Impact Guide

Not all garments are created equal – in this handy blog we look at the environmental impact of the most common fabrics in your wardrobe.


Certification Guide

Certifications are a quick way to see that a brand has invested in improving labour rights and/or environmental standards in its supply chain. Keep your eyes peeled for these helpful labels...


Country Guide

Ever found that little tag inside your garment and wondered why it’s there? Turns out this little tag contains valuable information, including where the garment was made. An item’s country of manufacture can open the door to the conditions in which it was made.


The Covid Fashion Guide

In 2020, we paused our normal Ethical Fashion Report research because of the Covid-19 pandemic. We developed the Covid Fashion Guide to share our insider knowledge on how to make an ethical fashion decision without having to know what a brand's grade is. This Guide continues to be a great shopping companion for those who want a deep understanding of what makes a brand ethical.


Modern Slavery Resources

To learn more about modern slavery, human trafficking and how Tearfund is working to address these challenges, dive into the set of resources here.

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