To focus on both the ethical and environmental aspects of the fashion industry. Addressing climate change, environmental impacts, social justice, workers' rights, sustainable business models and transparency, the APPG will address the issues and impacts facing the sector with long-term and far reaching sustainable solutions.
1. Fixing fashion: follow up
06/10/2020 - Select Committee Inquiry
Found: -summary.html">Fixing fashion: clothing consumption and sustainability. The Committee has
Call for evidence
Fixing fashion: follow up
The Committee is inviting written evidence on the following:
The McKinsey State of Fashion Report 2019, emphasises the need for global players
4. Understanding artificial intelligence ethics and safety
10/06/2019 - Office for Artificial Intelligence
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Understanding artificial intelligence ethics and safety - GOV.UK
5. Ethical advice on the retention of biometrics from convicted persons
08/11/2017 - Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group
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Found: Letter from the Chair of Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group (BFEG).
Published 8 November 2017
1. Fashion Industry
31/01/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: Parliament this interim report on the sustainability of the fashion industry, the 15th report of this Parliament’s - Speech Link
2: from looking at me that I was the Minister for fashion for six years and the hon. Lady will know just - Speech Link
2. Landfill: Textile Waste
04/07/2016 - Lords Chamber
1: pm to 7 pm, hosted by the APPG on Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion. I declare an interest as a trustee - Speech Link
3. Textiles and Clothing Sectors: Environmental Sustainability
22/07/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: about the huge environmental impact of throwaway fashion trends? In the UK, we buy more clothes per person - Speech Link
2: consumers want to do the right thing. I find fast fashion a strange concept, in so far as I am not a good - Speech Link
3: call recycling and sustainability. Should the Government not encourage the fashion industry, both retailers - Speech Link
4. Artificial Intelligence
26/04/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: commercial value. The world’s first centre for data ethics and innovation will therefore work to unlock the - Speech Link
2: the very welcome news that the centre for data ethics and innovation is beginning to take shape and apparently - Speech Link
3: encourages women to pursue careers in AI?Ethics must likewise be moved forward. I hope that the - Speech Link
5. Leveson Inquiry Update
01/03/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: challenges that threaten their livelihood and sustainability—with declining circulations and a changing - Speech Link
2: I welcome the proposal for a review of the sustainability of high-quality journalism and suggest to the - Speech Link
3: reference and chair for the new review into the sustainability of the press be announced? Will it be that - Speech Link
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Catherine West MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 6141.
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Tamara Cincik, Fashion Roundtable, 7 Bell Yard, London WC2A 2JR. Tel: 07956 644 672
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