Certificate of Achievement

Elisabeth van Delden

has completed the following course:

Fashion's Future: The Sustainable Development Goals

Fashion Revolution

This online course explored how clothes are made, how fashion supply chains work and what impact clothes have on the environment and people working across the industry. It introduced the Sustainable Development Goals and explored how a better fashion industry would support the achievement of the SDGs by 2030.

4 weeks, 3 hours per week

Educators

Sarah Ditty

Policy Director

Fashion Revolution

Ilishio Lovejoy

Project Manager - Policy and Research

Fashion Revolution

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Explore your values and identify the principles that matter the most to you
  • Assess brand's sustainability disclosure to better understand their efforts to improve their human rights and environmental impacts 
  • Develop an understanding of global garment supply chains and the impacts they can have on people and the planet 
  • Develop an understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals and how they relate to the clothes you wear
  • Debate how the fashion industry interlinks with the Sustainable Development Goals and how we can all help achieve them 
  • Debate approaches to change 
  • Collaborate to build strategies for change 
  • Engage your local MPs to request they fight for policies that matter to you
  • Engage brands to improve their supply chains and share more information on their commitments, goals and progress around their human rights and environmental impacts 
  • Engage your colleagues, friends, family and peers to drive forward a fashion industry that supports people, planet, profits and creativity in equal measure
  • Contribute to meaningful dialogue and a better fashion industry for all   

Syllabus

  • How the fashion industry works, how we interact with it and the impacts it has on people and planet

  • The Sustainable Development Goals and how they relate to the clothes we wear

  • Fair Trade/Ethical trade and why it is essential to international development and human rights

  • Global fashion supply chains, how they work and how they can have a more positive impact on people and planet

  • Gender equality, women’s empowerment and how it links to the clothes we wear

  • Decent work and economic growth, what this means in the global fashion industry and what we can do to support good working conditions

  • The environmental impacts of the clothes we wear and how we can support better conservation and protection of the planet and its natural resources

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Issued on 17th November 2020

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Free online course:

Fashion's Future: The Sustainable Development Goals

Fashion Revolution