A new campaign to change the way we think about shopping will be launched on Thursday, one year after the garment trade disaster at the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh. Backed by MPs including the shadow consumer minister, Stella Creasy, and Labour's international development spokeswoman, Alison McGovern, as well as fashion-trade insiders such as Mary Portas and Caryn Franklin, the campaign was set up by Carry Somers, an ethical-trade entrepreneur.
Long before you apply for a job or university place, your prospects in life have all too often been set, claims a cross-party committee of MPs. Britain is far behind the rest of the developed world in terms of social mobility and studies show that today's 40-somethings have even less mobility then those who were born in the 1950s. Denmark, Canada, Australia and Germany all have better records.
Nachdem sie zwölf Jahre in Einrichtungen verbracht hat, wohnt Branka Reljan seit drei Jahren mit ihrem Partner Drazenko Tevlli in einer Wohnung in der Stadt. Die 55-Jährige spricht fließend Deutsch und Englisch, hat aber seit ihrer Studienzeit mehrere Nervenzusammenbrüche erlitten und die Wünsche und Ziele, die sie früher hatte, längst aufgegeben. Heute bereitet es Branka und Drazenko große Freude, Cafés und Geschäfte zu besuchen.
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Selecting a term
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