TRAID promotes Education for Sustainability by offering free resources and delivering workshops and assemblies to schools, as well as giving tailored talks for universities and civil society groups.
In schools, we address the issues of clothes waste and the impacts of fast fashion while introducing learners to more sustainable ways to source their clothes. Our activities cover four knowledge areas – declarative, how-to, impact and social – and, depending on school preference, the workshops can be adapted to emphasise the production, consumption or waste aspects of clothes.
TRAID also places, and collects from, clothes banks in schools and other educational institutions to encourage education communities to reuse clothes. We also offer a limited number of visits to our charity shops or warehouse.
If you would like more information or to make a booking, please email the team.