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Saturday 9 November 2019, 10.30am, Fielden Centre

How to be a Craftivist: the art of gentle protest



Award-winning campaigner and founder of the Craftivist Collective Sarah Corbett in conversation with Pam Warhurst



Saturday 9 November 2019 | 10:30am | Fielden Hall



Sarah Corbett’s manifesto for quiet activism is a book to initiate debates, to enable collaboration in place of confrontation.


Sarah is an award-winning speaker, professional activist, author and the founder of Craftivist Collective, a social enterprise which uses the technique of craftivism, combining craft and activism, to engage people in social justice issues “in a quiet, non-confrontational manner involving pretty, handcrafted gestures of defiance”.


Pam Warhurst is best known for co-founding Incredible Edible in Todmorden. Pam chairs Pennine Prospects which works with local authorities, government agencies, businesses, voluntary organisations and the local community to deliver a range of initiatives, including the objectives of the Heritage Strategy for the South Pennines. She works as part of a global network of social entrepreneurs, as an Ashoka Fellow.





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