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One Small Step
Juta Shoes employs local women in Tower Hamlets in London to make their eco-friendly shoes.
This Fairtrade monkey is made by a Bangladesh cooperative offering jobs to women.
Reek supplies scents, such as Damn Rebel Witches, to gender equality events.
£75 for 50ml, reekperfume.com
Aerande’s aprons are sewn at home by refugee women to help build their confidence.
Birdsong’s gingham dress is handmade by a women’s charity in Limehouse.
Support Glasgow Women’s Library by buying this screenprint by Ciara Phillips.
For each candle sold, £1 goes to help perinatal mental illness sufferers.
Helping to educate girls in Darjeeling, the Tea People are your go-to for a herbal cuppa.
From £2, teapeople.co.uk
Show Some Love
Each Beulah tie has been hand printed by a vulnerable woman who’s escaped abuse.
Bread & Roses trains refugee women to become florists and learn English.
Right To Choose
La Batarde gives 70% of its proceeds to help women in Ireland travel to get abortions.
Marula Pure Beauty Oil helps daycare centres and schools in Africa and Madagascar.
From £37.50, marula.co.uk
London’s Luminary Bakery gives training for vulnerable women.
Baking workshop, £55, luminarybakery.com
Add Zaytoun’s aromatic herb mix, harvested by women in Palestine, to your next roast.
Each throw has a tag with an account of its maker’s escape from sexual exploitation.
Designer Eden Diodati creates jewellery with women who survived the Rwandan genocide.