Ethical Living Blog

 

In the complex and interconnected world in which diversity forms the fabric of modern society, with our communities having been shaped by globalisation, technology advancement, growing economies, migration, and cultural evolution, we believe that social inclusion is a non-negotiable and that we must encourage and support the empowerment of the diverse people our communities are made of. (more…)

 

Find your own voice and do all you can to amplify it.
-Abiola Ajetomobi

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On the 29th of April 2020, Moral Fairground hosted an online event to raise awareness around the steps towards creating safer and healthier urban landscapes for all, by all. (more…)

 


As Fairtrade breathes and operates to strive for improved work conditions in developing countries, the insight it has as an organization into shaping the impact economy is one that is rich in experience and results, (more…)

 

In the midst of an ugly pandemic, we are beginning to clearly see how fragile many facets of the economy truly are. (more…)

 

Melbourne is a culturally diverse city that sees unique types of businesses, skills, and information that people bring with them from their homelands. (more…)

 

When contemplating strategic moves, creating change whether personally or for the business, environment or social impact, clarity is arguably the most important factor. (more…)

 

One of Victoria’s local heroes, Melanie Raymond, Chair of Youth Projects, is with us today and is a great representation of youth and homelessness advocacy on our committee and thus a part of our 10 Women, 10 Stories blog series. (more…)

 

Welcome back to the 10 women, 10 stories blog series! If you’ve read the other posts then you’ll know that in this series is all about highlighting the wonderful women in the ‘for purpose’ world. (more…)

 

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, the Women in Social Enterprise Event, and with the formation of our extra-special 2020 ten women strong committee, we will be bringing to you a series of 10 stories from 10 women. (more…)

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