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YEVU - Who Made My Clothes? A Fashion Revolution Podcast

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Who Made My Clothes

Much of the global fashion industry can be opaque, exploitative and environmentally damaging and desperately needs revolutionary change. We love fashi 
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Fashion Revolution Week 2017 has arrived and with it, this special 7-part podcast series hosted by Clare Press of Wardrobe Crisis, highlighting the stories behind some of our region's most ethical clothing labels. 

In this episode Clare chats with Anna Robertson, founder of YEVU - a socially responsible clothing line made in Ghana, West Africa. 

YEVU creates full time jobs, and is able to pay its workers above Ghana's living wage. Anna talks about what that 'living wage' looks like, and the many ways YEVU is helping its people to lift themselves out of the poverty cycle. 

Listen as Anna shares stories of the people behind the clothes and the social impact YEVU is having, in this inspiring conversation.

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