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Caitlin Moran Gender Equality Bag

Caitlin Moran, award-winning columnist and bestselling author of How to Be a Woman, has partnered with Social Enterprise UK to create this fantastic limited edition, gender equality bag for their Social Saturday campaign, supporting equality through business.

This organic heavy cotton canvas tote bag is made by Freeset, a social enterprise that believes every person should have the freedom to work in a safe environment, get paid fair wages, and have a job they're proud of. They exist to offer employment to people affected by poverty and oppression or survivors of exploitation. These organic bags are Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified and printed by Freeset in Kolkata using eco-friendly inks. #BuySocial

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Social Enterprise UK believes in a fairer, more equal society and we believe that social enterprises are the best way to achieve this. Social enterprises are businesses that are changing the world for the better. Like traditional businesses they aim to make a profit through selling goods or services, but it’s what they do with their profits that sets them apart – reinvesting or donating them to create positive social change. Social enterprises are tackling social problems, improving people’s life chances, providing training and employment opportunities for those furthest from the market, supporting communities and helping the environment. This is why we work so hard to support them.
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