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Reclaim the Night, this Saturday!

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Reclaim the Night

Reclaim the Night 2014! Tenth anniversary!
Saturday 22nd November 2014, 6pm

Join us for the 10th anniversary of London Reclaim the Night! Close down central London for women, put your feet on the streets to shout a loud NO to rape and all forms of male violence against women

Violence against women continues to occur every minute of every day, but women everywhere are making a stand. Join us and join millions across the globe who will be marking the annual United Nations Day to End Violence Against Women (25th November) with demonstrations and marches in their own localities.

With ideological cuts threatening the refuge and rape crisis movements in the UK we need to take back the capital to demonstrate women’s support for essential women’s services, demand justice for survivors and spread the message that no woman is ever to blame for male violence against her.

This year is the tenth anniversary since Reclaim The Night was revived in London, so ‘bring some tin, and make a din’. We encourage you to bring tin drums, tin whistles, tambourines, be creative and really make a noise! Wear silvery tin coloured items if you can. Bring placards, banners, friends and song. March for your friends and family, your colleagues, your daughters, yourself – march for all of us; march for a better world, free from violence and abuse.

We will assemble at Whitehall Place, SW1 at 6pm and will march to the Camden Centre where all are welcome to join the mixed rally and after-party. There will be licensed bars, entz, DJs and dancing until late.

Reclaim The Night is a women-only march. Men who would like to support the event are encouraged to join the Men’s Vigil at the Edith Cavell Statue or to attend the mixed rally later in the evening.

Tiny Diner

Tiny Diner

Who are we?

Tiny Diner is a start-up with a social conscience, passionate about two things: fresh, organic baby food, and the social well-being and safety of women and girls.

We need your help to get our product range launched, and the Tiny Diner Sampling Van on the road. Once launched, every pound in profit from Tiny Diner will support the work of Eaves – a charity with a social mission to expose and address violence against women and girls.

What’s special about Tiny Diner?

Tiny Diner was created by Eaves, inspired by the women it supports, to generate income and create training and employment opportunities for women who have faced domestic abuse, sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

The Tiny Diner chilled, organic baby food range will provide babies, toddlers, and young children with the healthiest and most nutritious baby food possible. Tiny Diner draws on the trend for fresh, local ingredients incorporating seasonal produce wherever possible, with transparent labelling of nutrients to aid busy parents. The meals will be sold chilled and can be frozen by the consumer or the retailer.

With a team of experienced volunteers including child nutritionists, a professional chef, and key industry figures in food and marketing, we have developed a brand and range that we all believe in. It’s not just us; we already have orders from two major specialist delicatessen chains and firm interest from several UK supermarkets.

Tiny Diner needs your help!

We need your help to get the Tiny Diner product range launched, and fulfill the orders we already have.

Money raised through Crowdfunding will be spent on manufacturing the initial range of products, plus buying and kitting out a vintage van to get the ‘Tiny Diner Sampling Van’ on the road. We will take the van to baby shows, food fairs and food markets around the UK to raise awareness of our product, and of course our wider social aims.

By pledging your support today, we are one step closer to bringing Tiny Diner to market and getting the Tiny Diner Sampling Van on the road. Please pledge whatever you can to help us achieve this – by getting Tiny Diner launched we can help women who have experienced the worst in human nature, to see the best.

http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/tiny-diner