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Good Work for Fashion Roundtable and Workshops

17th + 24th Feb
The Lab E20, 3-4 East Park Walk, East Village, London, E20 1JB

Join The Trampery to explore how London’s fashion industry can adopt more sustainable, inclusive and ethical best practice with a series of workshops and roundtable discussions.

These events are hosted by The Trampery, in partnership with The Mayor of London, the London Legacy Development Corporation and the Fashion District.

Roundtable Discussions
17th + 24th Feb, 10:00 – 13:00

Inviting London’s fashion industry to help shape the future of ‘Good Work’ for fashion, The Trampery will be hosting two roundtable discussions where organisations and brands can explore this important topic and consider how best practice can be shared within the capital.

Workshop
17th Feb, 14:30 – 17:00

A two-part workshop focussed on good social and environmental governance within the fashion industry. This workshop will provide practical advice on how to implement best practice across supply chains and within head offices.

  • Talk – Good Governance and the Fashion Industry with Vanessa Podmore, Leading Global Expert in Sustainability and Supply Chains
  • Panel Discussion – Social and Environmental Governance with Tamsin Lejeune, Founder of Common Objective and Lavinia Fernandes, Founder of Blu-Label

Workshop
24th Feb, 14:30 – 17:00

A two-part panel discussion focussed on how to create a more equitable and representative fashion industry. The panel will share their experience on a wide range of topics from fair pay and a Living Wage, how to improve diversity and inclusion in the sector, and recruitment and employment best practices.

  • Panel Discussion – Equality, Diversity and Inclusion with Rahemur Rahman and Daniel Peters, Founder at the (Fashion) Minority Report
  • Panel Discussion – Fair Pay & Conditions with Jessica Goble, Senior Programme Manager, Living Wage Foundation and Genia Mineeva, Founder of BEEN London

These events will also introduce how The Mayor’s Good Work Standard can be implemented for London’s fashion businesses, and are aimed at fashion brands, retailers, manufacturers and support organisations.

Together we can ensure London remains one of the most innovative, inclusive and sustainable fashion capitals.