Monthly Archives: September 2015

Thoughts on Leila Sansour’s film “Open Bethlehem”

“Open Bethlehem is a nonviolent attempt to save a city that belongs to the world.  It is unconscionable that Bethlehem should be allowed to die slowly from strangulation.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bethlehem Passport Holder. Leila Sansour, Film Maker and Director of “Open Bethlehem”, had a Palestinian father and Russian mother , and

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Update from Nepal – Via Bazaar (currently visiting producers there)

Whilst we have many of our own supplier members who work with artisans in Nepal, I have been struck recently by the need and struggle going on away from the public glare, through the regular social media posts of Bazaar. They are currently visiting their producers and conveying a story which we need

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“Need or Greed”? from “Where Does It Come From”?

We are posting this article today from BAFTS’ member Where Does It Come From? Its founder Jo Salter writes here about buying things because we can, that it is all too easy to get carried away with our consumption on many fronts, and what we could perhaps do to alter our

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