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Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival

Thank you to all that participated and attended Fair@Square 2018, we had a successful and fun filled day, see you all in 2019.
Saturday 5th of May 2018 • 11.00am to 9.00pm
Federation Square, Melbourne • Free public event

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Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival

Fair@Square provides the platform for staged entertainment, fair fashion shows, fair cooking demonstrations, kid’s activities, a talk tent and conscious demonstrations.

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Thank you for being part of the Moral Fairground journey, we look forward to seeing you all in 2018.

Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival postponed to Saturday 5th of May 2018

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Imagine a world where every gift you purchased made a difference to someone in a developing country, helped support a local community, created sustainable jobs, helped create brighter future for children and the underprivileged.

Our Fair Christmas e-catalogue is offering you the opportunity to be the ONE to make that difference by simply by opting to purchase a gift for the people you care from one of the listed enterprises here, you will be making a positive contribution to people and planet.

How to use the Fair Christmas e-Catalogue
  • View it on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
  • Share with your friends via email and your social network to encourage them to shop ethically, locally and sustainably. Share buttons found on the bottom right of the e-Catalogue.
  • Interact with it – check each window, scroll up and down and interact so that you may find out more about the organisation you will be purchasing from.
  • Consider making a purchase from any of these organisations this Christmas.

Your parents raised you right.  Maybe you went to church or a mosque.  Maybe you didn’t.  But you consider yourself a pretty decent and ethical person.  At some point on your journey, you developed a set of morals and ethics and have more or less lived by them since, right?  Wrong.  

The greatest strength of humans is actually the amazing adaptability to our environment we get from that extra big brain we have.  Broken down to the most basic level, we do what works in order to survive and thrive in our context.  If you grow up in Russia, you’re likely to speak Russian rather than trying to speak Swahili.   If you’ve grown up in Poland, you’re much more likely to be Catholic rather than say a Hindu.  If you grow up punching others, you’ll discover pretty quickly that your behaviour gets you into trouble (unless you take up boxing of course!) – so you either stop doing it, become a boxer, or you end up in jail.   (more…)

It’s disappointing, but unfortunately due to severe weather forecast warnings outlined by the [Bureau of Meteorology](http://media.bom.gov.au) for Melbourne Sat 2nd of Dec 2017 and the safety concerns for visitors and stallholders, the Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival has been cancelled and postponed.

The good news is that the festival will be back to promote ethical lifestyle with a possible bigger and better format, we will aim to deliver this festival program within the 1st half of 2018.

Please stay tuned for more news and festival details in the new year.

From all of us at Moral Fairground we thank you for your understanding and continuing support. We wish you all a very happy and safe festive season. We look forward to seeing you all in 2018.
Susanna Bevilacqua
Founder
Moral Fairground

Moral Fairground is running this exciting festival this December 2nd, where you (the exhibitors) have the opportunity to participate and showcase your ethical, fair trade, and sustainable products as stallholders.

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Winner Announced! The Early Ethical Entrepreneur Pitch Competition is going to be held as part of the Ethical Enterprise Conference 2017, on 16th and 17th of October in Melbourne.

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