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Localisation in the textile market, socio economic impact – SDC webinar

Course Description

The fifth in the SDC’s new sustainability series. Covering localisation and it’s socio economic impact within the textile market.

Textile processing always has socio economic impacts due to is size and where production sits. This session aims to show how small scale local initiatives based around textiles can make a difference and be part of the change for good

Date Thursday 3rd November 2022

Chair –Afsana Ferdousi, Fashion designer and sustainable clothing expert

Sam Erahapola – Chairman National crafts council of Sri Lanka

Rashmi Bharti – Avani

Nawshin Khair Creative Director, Aranya

The presentation is followed by a Q&A.

This is one of a series of webinars covering all aspects of textiles and coloration.

Of general interest they also provide SDC recognised CPD hours and certification.

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The original webinar was free for all and this has been extended to this recording.

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Course Covers:
  • The role of local enterprise for the future of textile production
  • The importance of support and cultural knowledge within the local textile market
  • How small scale production can make a difference
£20 + VAT

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