Photography by Claudia Janke, http://www.claudiajanke.com
Design by Irish Butcher, http://irishbutcher.co.uk
To celebrate the launch of Dear Clare and to highlight the 100th anniversary of International Women”s Day there are three exhibitions in London:
From the 3rd – 13th March at Gillett Square Dalston, N16 8JN
and at from 5th- 13th March at City Road Basin in Islington along Regent’s Canal (entrance to canal opposite the Narrow boat pub)
From today, Tuesday 8th March ( International Women’s Day) until Sunday 13th March there is an inside display at Cafe Lock – 7 , 129 Pritchards Road, E2 9AP where the mag will be officially launched on the 8th from 6.30-9pm.
You can pick up a magazine at the exhibitions and from today you can also find the print version in bars, cafes and random waiting rooms around Hackney, Dalston, Islington and Southbank.
Dear Clare is published three times a year. The magazine aims to highlight social, civil and human rights issues and celebrates the courage, resilience and strength of people everywhere. It is a free and is available online and in print. The first issue is about violence against women in Uganda and Britain.
The online version can be found at http://www.dearclare.com
This is where you can have your say and add your wish list of what you would want to happen in the next 100 years of International Women’s Day…