In London and wanting to celebrate International Women's Day?
Join us at a photographic exhibition, magazine launch and silent auction.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY - 8th March
FOCUS ON INDIA
A Celebration of Women
If you are London based or know people who are,
please come along to our event to bring-back-love..
FOCUS ON INDIA is a one night only photographic exhibition, auction & magazine launch
learning of the progress being made for women’s rights in India. An exhibition that shares our women's stories heartwarming and heartbreaking journeys of resilience, bravery and determination.
Taking place at London's favourite Tried & True Cafe in Putney, come learn about the
groundbreaking, front-line work Snehalaya does to bring Rescue, Rights and Rehabilitation
for women and children affected by the sex industry in rural India.
Come along to an informal informative evening to celebrate the progress being made for equality and women's rights in India and to find out how we can all take more action for change. Take away a copy of our magazine, some amazing artwork and the resolve to take action for a great cause.
Limited space means ticket required via eventbrite
tickets are 'pay-what-you-like' with a suggestion of £10
to go towards the costs of the event.
What is it?
A get together and photographic exhibition with a magazine launch, some great lots in a silent auction, Indian Street food, a bar and some exclusive print sales. The event promises to be an fun filled evening of fun and photography.
Tickets are available with pricing to suit all...
Pay What You Like
Free if booked on Valentine's Day
£12 on the day
What's the event about?
We at Snehalaya believe 'Every Child and Women has the right to live a life free from cruelty, violence and inequality'. Through powerful and telling photographs we share some of the amazing stories of our women and why we have been striving to have their voices heard since 1992. Celebrating the progress being made for Women's Rights in India and believing more can and will be done - collectively, unified and with LOVE.
Where is the event?
Tried & True a local favourite in the Putney cafe scene are delighted host this event, to bring Putney together to stand united with #hervoice to promote women's rights affirming Snehalaya founder's belief that 'Every Woman and Child has the right to lead a life free from violence, inequality and discrimination' - All for one, and one for all.
Why should I attend?
Come learn just why Women's Rights are so vital to progress in rapidly developing countries like India and sample some authentic Indian street food by celebrity chef Angus Denoon. Enjoy a great night out, while supporting an agent for real equality in an evening of art and photography.
Grab a summer holiday or a case of craft beer in the Silent Auction & Raffle (8pm draw) and visit the Print Shop open throughout the evening selling prints, arts & crafts made by Snehalaya beneficiaries. All prints and artworks sales will be matched by crowd funder Globalgiving meaning in buying great piece of artwork your hard earned money will have 50% more impact - being spent where it matters most and where a little goes a long way.
What's in the exhibition?
Joseph's is a celebrated press photographer, his work beautifully captures the charities women, who have been on inspirational journeys to become everyday heroes in rural Maharashtra. Joseph's work was part of the nationwide Indian #HerVoice campaign - which kicked back against all the spine chilling atrocities against women with much needed peaceful public support of Women's Rights in India.
See Joseph's photos here
Patrick is a keen travel photographer, and long term patron of many Indian education projects. His work captures many tribal portraits and colourful landscapes taken over numerous Indian trips. Patrick's beautiful collection of photos are available for sale on a signed limited framed print run, ideal that would work well in a residential setting.
See Patricks photos here
Complimentary Drinks and Indian Street Food available (while it lasts) at 7pm
Joseph's Fox was commissioned by Snehalaya to work across two campaigns featured in over 30 press articles. Joseph's exhibition shares the often still and telling moments of our beneficiaries daily lives, going on behind the headline stories. His work helps share the untold stories of the remarkable people that Snehalaya exists for.
Our Patron Patrick Wheeler is a retired UK doctor, a father of three women and an intrepid explorer. Sharing glimpses of India in this beautiful exhibition of Indian photographs, Patrick is also offering all proceeds from the sale of his prints to supporting Snehalaya's vital work bringing in Education & Healthcare to 29,000 rural Indians.
We hope you can join us on Wednesday 8th March and we encourage you to share this invitation email with others you know, that believe in our causes.
If you are unable to attend but would like to support our work please consider
making a donation via our DONATE PAGE - Thank You!
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