In these pages, you will find a wealth of resources to support the teaching of ethics and sustainability within fashion education.
Finding your way around these webpages:
- Follow the links in the menu bar above to find all teaching resources grouped by subject and level.
- Click on the link to the left to download Sustainable Fashion: A Handbook for Educators edited by Liz Parker on behalf of Fashioning an Ethical Industry (UK) and Marsha Dickson on behalf of Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Business (USA).
- Educators can order a hard-copy of Sustainable Fashion: A Handbook for Educators from the educational resource section of the Labour Behind the Label website.
- Scroll down this page using the pink bar to the right to download sections of this Handbook and other teaching materials in alphabetical order by author.
Seeing through the Spin: Public relations in the global economy, BabyMilk Action and RISCFashioning the future: Where will fashion be in 2020? Nina BaldwinEducating for a socially responsible fashion industry at AMFI, Patricia BrienTrading Trainers - exploring inequalities in international trade, CAFOD/Christian AidCollaborating across universities and industry to offer online educational opportunities for social responsibility, Marsha A. DicksonProposed learning goals for social responsibility and sustainability, Marsha A. DicksonBook summary: Social responsibility in the global apparel industry, Marsha A. Dickson, Suzanne Loker, Molly EckmanEthical Trading Initiative case studies to address impacts of purchasing practices on working conditions, Ethical Trading InitiativeAn institutional approach to sustainable fashion education, Fashioning an Ethical IndustryBuying Power - how decision making in the fashion industry impacts on working conditions, Fashioning an Ethical IndustryI agree/I disagree: Exploring attitudes to the social and environmental impact of the garment industry, Fashioning an Ethical IndustryGarment industry initiatives to address working conditions, Fashioning an Ethical IndustryLabels and initiatives, Fashioning an Ethical IndustryQuiz: Introducing the Garment Industry, Fashioning an Ethical IndustryDesigning slow fashion, Kate FletcherSlow Fashion, Kate FletcherStudent experiences of raising ethical issues during placement, Caroline GilbeyCollaborating with fair trade producers: Design and trends, Toni HicksResponsibilities of consumption: Educational activities plus course outline, reading lists and essay titles, Hannah HigginsonGlobalisation and supply chain working conditions, Rachelle JacksonDevelopment Education Tool Box, Just BusinessLabour Behind Labels, Just BusinessStyle Showdown, Sara B. Marcketti and Sara J. KadolphStudent book club: The travels of a t-shirt in the global economy, Joy KozarStep into her Trainers, Labour Behind the LabelClothing Care Calculator, Katie Dombek-Keith and Suzanne LokerFILM CLIPS: E-clips, Suzanne LokerDesign piracy: A constructive controversy, Sara B. MarckettiWhat Price a Living Wage? Doug MillerThinking globally, acting locally: School project, Dorothea OdorferSourcing ethically: Learning through presentations, Claire OrwinEthical fashion introductory workshop: Toolkit for trainers, Anna PaluszekGlobal sourcing decision case study, Minjeong Kim, Leslie Davis-Burns, Marsha A. Dickson and Haesun ParkSustainable Design Awards, Practical ActionWinners and losers at the Olympics, Practical Actionpractical action design and technology resourceIdeas for design briefs, Fashioning an Ethical Industry and Abbie PriceReading lists according to theme, Caryn SimonsonPassion for Fashion - a creative exploration of the global garment industry, RISCApproaches to research and writing for BA dissertations relevant to Fashioning an Ethical Industry, Caryn SimonsonImplementation of an Introductory College Course/Curriculum: Globalization and Labor in Textiles, Wendy Weiss and Stacey SkoldCustomised denim project with further education students, Maria SkoylesFashion High: Understanding the impact of your clothing, Social AlterationsAll together now: Piecework on an assembly line, Sudwind AgenturMoral development, Andrea Egger-SubotitschIntroducing the cotton supply chain and sustainability, Sudwind AgenturJournalists' journey through the world of garments, Sudwind AgenturIdeas for business related assignments, Chloe Mason and Jacqueline ShorrocksThe Handbook of Sustainable Literacy, Arran StibbeOn teaching empathy, Sue ThomasDesigner's Atlas of Sustainability, Ann ThorpeThe elephant in the room: Contextualising the ethical within fashion excellence, Mo TomaneyBehind the Seams, TRAIDProblem based learning: The perfect tool for a creative curriculum, Efrat TseelonVisual display and merchandising for an ethical fashion industry, Connie UlasewiczEthical issues in fashion marketing, Rosemary VarleyNew course units on ethical fashion, Caroline Gilbey, Heather Pickard and Dilys WilliamsEncouraging independant research through examining contentious issues, Sarah McDonnell and Colin Wilson
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