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About fast fashion and Fair Trade (2010): "It's important to differentiate between fast fashion which is made very quickly for a very small price and Fair Trade fashion. Which means that if you buy a t-shirt which costs £2-3, you just have to do the math and work out how much the person who made it is being paid? So, Fair Trade fashion is still reasonably priced but allows the person who made it to earn a decent living and to be able to feed and take care of their families. It gives them enough money to live with dignity. I'm not saying that everything I wear will be Fair Trade from now on or that I'm an organic purist, it's just a great option and one I always try to make if available. I just try to ask more questions about where the garment comes from. I want to make good choices. I just think it's good to have Fair Trade fashion in the high street."

Emma Attends G7 Advisory Council for Gender Equality

Emma Watson attended the first meeting of the G7 Advisory Council for Gender Equality on Tuesday. Emma and other activists met with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace in Paris. “The Advisory Council intends to compile a list of exemplary gender equality laws from around the world so that they can be a source of inspiration for all.” – @G7

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3 Responses to “Emma Attends G7 Advisory Council for Gender Equality”

  1. Susang says:

    Good to see emma is very much involved in gender equality. Proved to be emma watson fan.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I like it…

  3. Ashley says:

    That’s amazing Emma Watson you will do well in Paris