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Written By Mariana on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 | 1:09 PM

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September 2010 six:30pm-8pm
Location: Paper Dress Boutique, 114-116. Curtain Street, Shoreditch EC2A 3AH

The location is a beautiful vintage garments shop/cafe named Paper Dress Boutique. So we supported an independant business by crafting in their cafe with a cup of tea and cake :)

As part of our ongoing motivation to exposing social injustice, the Collective are contributing to Norwegian artist Lise Bjørne Linnert’s existing task, entitled DESCONOCIDA Unidentified UKJENT.

The project makes use of the artwork of embroidery to spotlight and protest yet again...st human trafficking and femicide, particularly in the town of Ciudad Juarez on the Mexican border. Since 1993, 800 women have been brutally murdered in Ciudad Juarez and hundreds more have long gone missing, even though the Mexican federal government turns a blind eye. Prostitution in the region has enhanced 400% in the identical time period.

We embroidered the name of one particular murdered lady on each and every label alongside the word “unknown”, in remembrance of the hundreds of unknown victims of similar crimes around the world. The undertaking is a mass act of solidarity. So far, 2100 folks in 27 nations around the world have embroidered more than 4000 labels. The Craftivist Collective will incorporate to that determine and aid to spread recognition of these atrocities.

An installation of the labels will be on show at PALLANT Property GALLERY in Chichester in October 2010. If you would like to get labels to make your possess contribution, contact Pallant Home immediately.

For four months after the occasion we also have prints of our Mini Protest Banners all around the shop and in the window exhibit with some first banners as properly as getting an region to promote Mini Protest Banner kits and postcards on the topic of justice inside of the fashion market. Alongside aspect are War on Want assets on their 'Love Trend Hate Sweatshops' campaign (these kinds of as badges, stickers, petitions and stories)


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boutique dresses
September 2010 6:30pm-8pm
Location: Paper Dress Boutique, 114-116. Curtain Street, Shoreditch EC2A 3AH

The location is a lovely classic clothes store/cafe referred to as Paper Costume Boutique. So we supported an independant business by crafting in their cafe with a cup of tea and cake :)

As element of our ongoing determination to exposing social injustice, the Collective are contributing to Norwegian artist Lise Bjørne Linnert’s recent task, entitled DESCONOCIDA Mysterious UKJENT.

The undertaking makes use of the artwork of embroidery to spotlight and protest once more...st human trafficking and femicide, particularly in the city of Ciudad Juarez on the Mexican border. Since 1993, 800 ladies have been brutally murdered in Ciudad Juarez and hundreds a lot more have gone missing, while the Mexican authorities turns a blind eye. Prostitution in the area has increased four hundred% in the exact same time period.

We embroidered the identify of one murdered lady on each and every label alongside the word “unknown”, in remembrance of the hundreds of unidentified victims of related crimes globally. The undertaking is a mass act of solidarity. So much, 2100 individuals in 27 countries have embroidered much more than 4000 labels. The Craftivist Collective will insert to that determine and assist to distribute awareness of these atrocities.

An installation of the labels will be on demonstrate at PALLANT Property GALLERY in Chichester in October 2010. If you would like to receive labels to make your personal contribution, contact Pallant Residence directly.

For four weeks soon after the celebration we also have prints of our Mini Protest Banners close to the store and in the window display with some first banners as well as getting an area to offer Mini Protest Banner kits and postcards on the theme of justice inside of the trend industry. Alongside facet are War on Want sources on their 'Love Trend Dislike Sweatshops' marketing campaign (such as badges, stickers, petitions and reviews)

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