Understanding Ethical Responsibilities in Textiles

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A rich task to use with your students to delve into some heavy textiles content.

Provide students with the opportunity to explore ethical responsibilities in textiles with two case study activities. Students can familiarise themselves with ethical responsibilities, intellectual property and copyright in the textiles industry using this resource. Students examine the Free the Flag Movement and copyright in the fashion industry.

A teachers answers guide is also provided.


  • 1 x 10-page Ethical Responsibilities in Textiles Student Work Booklet
  • Teacher’s instructions
  • Teacher answers guide

Relevant to

NSW Year 9 and 10 Textiles Technology

Area of study: Design

The practice of textile designers


  • understand ethical responsibilities surrounding intellectual property, including Indigenous cultural and intellectual property, for example:
    • Aboriginal ownership of cultural knowledge, eg images, artwork
    • inappropriate use of designer brands and logos


QLD Fashion Applied Senior Syllabus 2019

Core topic 3: Fashion Design

Design Process

  • legal considerations, e.g. intellectual property, safety, standards and regulations


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    Jo-Anne (Verified user)

    auNew South Wales, Australia

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    Catherine Woods (Verified user)

    auNew South Wales, Australia

    This resource will be extremely valuable as the school has not taught Stage 5 textiles for years. this will save me many hours of planning!

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