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29 November 2012

About the Fellowship 500

Contributor Ethical Fashion Forum


The FELLOWSHIP 500 is now by invitation only and aimed at small fair trade organisations in developing nations. As spaces become available, the Fellowship panel will invite eligible sustainable fashion companies to join. Members of the Fellowship commit to supporting other members and in turn benefit from a supportive network spanning the fashion industry, from field to final product.


Are you a small fair trade organisation based in a developing nation? Are you passionate about fashion and sustainability? If so, you may be invited to join the Fellowship 500 movement, and gain subsidised access to all our members services

1. GOALS OF THE FELLOWSHIP 500
2. WHO ARE THE FELLOWSHIP 500?
3. HOW TO APPLY TO BECOME A FELLOW
4. WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME A FELLOW?
5. WHAT CAN YOU ENJOY AS A FELLOW?
6. COLLEGE FELLOWSHIP

1. GOALS OF THE FELLOWSHIP 500

The FELLOWSHIP 500 was launched by the Ethical Fashion Forum in 2011. Its goal is to bring together 500 pioneers and innovators dedicated to working collaboratively towards sustainability in the fashion industry. Members of the Fellowship commit to supporting other members and in turn benefit from a supportive network spanning the fashion industry, from field to final product.

The Fellowship does this by:

  • Uniting 500 individuals, entrepreneurs and businesses dedicated to sustainability in the fashion sector.
  • Supporting and facilitating collaboration between members towards common sustainability goals.
  • Putting the spotlight on the work of members, innovation and best practice, through the Fellowship scheme.
  • Encouraging more fashion sector professionals and businesses to engage with sustainability, in every part of the world.

2. WHO ARE THE FELLOWSHIP 500?

The Fellowship 500 brings together pioneering designers, businesses, entrepreneurs, academics, professionals, and experts, from all over the world and every part of the supply chain.

CLICK HERE to browse the profiles of existing members of the Fellowship 500.

3. HOW TO BECOME A FELLOW

As spaces become available, the Fellowship panel will extend invitations to small fair trade organisations based in developing nations.

Got questions or need more information? Email us at [email protected]

4. WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME A FELLOW?

The Fellowship panel looks for small fair trade organisations located in developing nations. These organisations are committed to sustainability and fashion and are run by individuals who are passionate about reducing negative impact and maximising positive benefits,

The Fellowship 500 brings together individuals, entrepreneurs and businesses from every part of the fashion industry sector. To do this effectively we aim to engage fellows in each of a range of specific skill categories or industry sectors.

5. FELLOWSHIP BENEFITS

Fellows benefit from all standard SOURCE membership benefits, including discounted access to the SOURCE, as well as recognition, connections, access to SOURCE members events and much more.

CLICK HERE to view a slide show of Fellowship 500 benefits.

6. COLLEGE FELLOWSHIP

Students and graduates dedicated to sustainability principles are already playing a pivotal role in driving forward the ethical fashion movement. In order to facilitate access by students to the SOURCE platform and inspire and motivate increased engagement with sustainability, the Ethical Fashion Forum has extended Fellowship to Colleges, in order to offer low cost access to SOURCE Intelligence and Database to students.

College Fellows subscribe to the SOURCE on behalf of students at a fraction of the cost of individual subscription.

We are looking for leading fashion colleges to join the College Fellowship, globally.

CLICK HERE to download a PDF with more information on College Fellowship.

Interested in learning more about College Fellowship and how your College can secure SOURCE access on behalf of students? Email us for details


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