More Guerrilla Kindness in Christchurch

October 8, 2014

Last night in Christchurch, some young people took to the streets to make their voice heard about an issue they were learning about – human slavery, as part of an event called LOUDER. LOUDER is a week of creative arts events, workshops and discussions to raise awareness about human trafficking and funds for the anti-trafficking […]

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#Minifashionprotest – add your voice

August 7, 2013

So I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned the inspiring Sarah Corbett before, but for those of you new to the game, Sarah runs the tireless Craftivist Collective in the UK, working hard to change the world for the better through slow activism. There’s a number of statements in that sentence that need a little unpacking. Craftivism […]

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Grassroots DIY activism

April 22, 2013

In Sydney, earlier this year, the Sydney City council painted the crossing at Taylor Square in rainbow colours to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. It was planned as a temporary work but was so popular the council decided to make it a permanent feature.  However, in responce, the state […]

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