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Masterclasses.

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Twyg.

Twyg is a not-for-profit company inspiring and supporting a modern, eco-conscious and forward-thinking lifestyle. Through its online platform, Twyg contributors create content, exhibitions, campaigns and events in line with the Sustainable Development Goal 12. As a cultural role player, Twyg’s mission is to change behaviour and to advance sustainability and the circular economy.

 

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African Fashion Research Institute.

The African Fashion Research Institute (AFRI) looks to create platforms, projects and new knowledge opportunities that creatively and critically positions the politics, power and poetics of contemporary African fashion at the forefront of diverse responses to the past, but also as a lens into new possible futures.

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Masterclass schedule

Masterclass one.

Textile waste: Problem or opportunity? 

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Masterclass two.

What could a circular and fair fashion industry look like?

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Masterclass three.

Does the sustainable fashion conversation lack diversity?

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Masterclass four.

Can we connect slow fashion with our indigenous knowledge?

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