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Civil society

Civil society is a term used to describe one of three global sectors. It represents a collection of nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) and intermediary institutions.

Corporations

The Corporation is a term used on a group of people joined in a common purpose to hold property, make contracts, and share profits according to the terms of a formal agreement or contract (charter) recognised by the state.

Democracy

Democracy is a term used to describe a political system, in which the majority determine the government and policies — opposed to governments, established for example, by inheritance (such as those run by kings and aristocrats).

Fairtrade

Fairtrade – denotes a trading partnership based on dialogue, respect and transparency that seeks more significant equity in international trade by offering better trading conditions to, and securing the rights of, marginalised producers and workers.

Fashion for Good 

Fashion for Good (FFG) is a global initiative that is here to make all fashion good. It’s a global platform for innovation, made possible through community collaboration. Leadership is an open invitation to the entire apparel industry.

Human Rights

Human rights are a term used to describe a set of individual rights under being a human. These rights are a part of the understanding of positive moral entitlements within a global society. The notion of rules to protect citizens from arbitrary power historically connected with the concept of civil society.