10 Christmas Gifts That Keep On Giving

It’s that time of year again. The time where everyone rushes out to spend copious amounts of money on copious amounts of things for the one and only reason that is… Christmas. Through all this rush and all this mayhem when we try and buy all the right things for the people we love, and even for…

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5 Ways To Shop Fairly When You Travel

Many of us love to shop when we travel. We love to pick up that bargain or find that unique souvenir indicative of the places we have been and the world that we’ve discovered. The question is though, are we shopping fairly? Meaning, are our purchases having a positive affect on the people that produce…

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Land is Life – Farmer’s Fight For Justice in the Philippines

Their world grows rapidly, a world that has forgotten about them; man-made structures pummel the once baron green lands where many of them have stood upholding those lands day-in-day-out, the lands that have provided them, and us, with so much. For generations they’ve tended to these lands, creating sustenance from small seeds. Feeding their own…

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Fair Trade helps women rebuild their lives two years on after Typhoon Yolanda

On November 8th 2013 category 5 Typhoon Yolanda decimated the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines, leaving catastrophic carnage to some of the Philippines poorest regions. While the city of Tacloban wore the brunt of the storm and received the most media attention, Typhoon Yolanda ravaged many other small islands in the region, reducing them…

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The Fashion Revolution comes to Malaysia

Last week the Fashion Revolution debuted their first event in Malaysia’s capital. An important movement, that has now spread to over 70 countries worldwide, found its way here to the rapid city of Kuala Lumpur to spread the words “Who made my clothes?”     The event was held at Kuala Lumpur’s Impact Hub, a…

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