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Top High Street Shops – People Ethical

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Buying clothing that has been made by adults working in good conditions for a living and fair wage is something we might not think about. But when we do, as human beings most of us would agree that it is vital.

You might be aware of the fantastic PETA campaigns  “I’d rather go naked than wear fur” and “Save the Seals” against the use of fur and seal skin in fashion. Perhaps there should be a similar campaign for people ethical clothing such as “I’d rather go naked than wear clothing made in a sweatshop”?

Fortunately, there are people out there who are trying to stand up for this cause and have been working hard to find out what is going on in the fashion industry.

If like me you are feeling confused about which shops on the high street are people ethical and which one’s are not, there is an excellent website called Labour Behind the Labour which has a brilliant campaign investigating which shops on the high street are the most ethical in terms of conditions and rights for garment workers   http://www.labourbehindthelabel.org.

There is also a good website that contains detailed information about other aspects of ethical clothing including sustainability, animal welfare, politics and environmental matters http://www.ethicalconsumer.org, as well as other consumer products.


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