India is home to one-fourth of the world's poorest people. Vulnerable women in areas of extreme poverty are often exploited by sweatshops, human traffickers, and the practice of arranged child marriage in some rural traditional villages.
These unique artisanal earrings are handcrafted in a workshop in India that’s committed to fighting child marriage and helping women become financially independent as fair-trade Artisans.
Read Time: 3 min. Fashion Revolution Week Every year, during Fashion Revolution Week (FRW), we remember the tragic collapse on April 24, 2013 of Rana Plaza, the Bangladesh factory complex that killed 1,134 garment workers and injured over 2,500. Known as one of the...
WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES GIVING 1 CHICK MAKE? In 2019, 820 million people did not have enough to eat. * The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations estimated an additional 130 million more people likely went hungry in 2020 due to COVID-19 related...
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