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Leadership Skills Start Here

Our popular youth education program teaches students in grades 4-12 about the social & environmental impacts of the global fashion industry, while empowering them with the tools and solutions to be more responsible citizens.

NEW Free Video Series


We created six short videos to introduce young people to the topic of sustainable fashion. These are a great way to gauge your student’s level of interest in the topic before purchasing one of our workshops below.



Go deeper and participate in a Challenge that has students putting what they learn into action!

Grade 6 Unit Plan

Water Worth & The Fashion Industry

Using 21st Century Competencies, this unit plan is aligned with provincial curriculum and aims to promote the value of water in connection to the fashion industry…

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Imagine a future of responsible citizens who are able to think critically & act consciously

My Clothes, My World (MCMW) was developed with a holistic focus, and includes a variety of teaching and learning methods such as leadership, active and inquiry based learning, democratic role-play, collaboration, value focused thinking, reflection and critical thinking.

We have been delivering these workshops in person since 2014, by our team of trained facilitators who are equipped with lesson plans that meet your school board curriculum. Over the past couple of years we pivoted to offer a mix of digital and live virtual workshops that suit all grades and a number of curriculum units.

Over the past couple years, we have digitized our workshops which means you can deliver them to your classroom whenever best suits you. All workshops come with a recorded presentation and a workbook with a variety of activities for the students to complete.

Some highlights of our workshops include:

  • Using fashion as a vehicle to explain current local & global environmental and social issues
  • High student engagement in the workshops through inquiry based learning & critical thinking
  • Hands on activities, videos, group work, and discussion throughout
  • Curriculum aligned
  • Points towards EcoSchool Certification, specifically Teamwork & Leadership 1.2-1.8, Environmental Stewardship 6.1-6.4, Waste Minimization 3.2, and Curriculum
  • Available in French and English (in person only)

Contact Jennifer Petursson for more information.

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Social Media Assets

Share our 7Rs 2020 campaign assets via social media. Includes cover images, instagram feed and story templates too. Support the movement and raise awareness with facts, stats & quotes.

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Our Program Partners

Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics believes it’s their responsibility to advocate for environmental justice, animal protection and human rights, as well as giving back to grassroots organizations locally and around the world. 

The Chawkers Foundation supports educational and environmental initiatives that also strengthen community and citizenship.

Toronto District School Board — My Clothes My World is an official education partner of the TDSB

Eco Schools Canada is a strong supporter if our program which scores points toward Eco Literacy, Stewardship and Healthy Communities.  

KenDor Textiles is a generous and ongoing supporter of the My Clothes My World program.

Ontario Teacher’s Insurance Plan (OTIP) supported the production of our free digital resources for students.


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