In addition to purchasing products carrying the Ethical Clothing Australia trademark, you can encourage other brands to become accredited. You could also take practical steps to review the procurement practices of your workplaces, schools, sports clubs, local councils, corporations, etc.
In fact, any and all of these types of organisations can sign up to Ethical Clothing Australia’s Procurement Code of Practice to help ensure their Australian suppliers of textile, clothing and footwear are meeting their various legal obligations. Making positive changes at this level can make a significant contribution to efforts to support an ethical Australian textile, clothing and footwear industry, so please be sure to also read the information on the uniforms page of this website.
This business card-sized calling card is a discreet way to help inform retailers and brands that there is growing consumer interest in and desire for ethical local products. By either posting one to the brand, leaving one in change rooms, or handing one over at the shop’s register, you can show that you want to support ethical local products. Download or order printed copies of the calling card form the Ethical Clothing Australia office.
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