Mark Wakeling is a man with a conscience and a man that’s got the energy and creativity to follow it. He’s a social entrepreneur who has founded Global SeeSaw, which sells ethical and Fair Trade products made by women in India exploited by human trafficking. So we asked Mark to begin to unpack the issues surrounding the social impact of the clothes we buy.

Image provided by Mark Wakeling. Used with permission.


“My faith has meant that I want to live my life in a way which is making a really positive impact in the world. There’s that sense of being here to be beyond ourselves – blessed to be a blessing. And so, what does that mean for the choices that I make and the things that I do? To be involved in an issue which is championing in justice, which is going against the flow and saying things can be different.”

“Unless we’re uncertain, we don’t listen. And when we stop listening, we do things to people, not with people.”


Some of the book links on this page are affiliate links. This means that if you make a purchase, we will earn a small commission. The commission is paid by the retailer at no cost to you and will be used to maintain the website.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Nomad Podcast Ltd
Company Number 14503502
17 Chancery Close
Ripley, DE5 3UT