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Senhoa Foundation Launches Latest Jewelry Collection Designed by Julie Ragolia Providing Assistance to Human Trafficking Survivors in Cambodia

In Child Sex Trafficking, Forced Prostitution, Human Trafficking, Sex Trafficking, Social Justice on February 6, 2013 at 8:54 am

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The groundbreaking Senhoa Foundation is launching their next women’s and first ever men’sjewelry collection designed by Stylist and Creative Director, Julie Ragolia, on November 30th, 2012. Senhoa provides assistance, education, training and opportunities to women and girls who are survivors of sexual exploitation in Cambodia. Survivor artisans individually handcraft every piece of Senhoa jewelry with 100 percent of the sales funding Senhoa initiatives. The programs they execute give women and girls income opportunities, life skills and platforms of support that protect them from being vulnerable in the current climate of modern slavery – a hot button issue around the globe. “Our passion is to create opportunities for survivor artisans to earn an income, share their stories and raise awareness against modern slavery. The jewelry is another form of advocacy for this issue,” saysLisa T.D. NguyenFounder of Senhoa.  Nguyen went on to say, “We have enjoyed this collaboration with Julie immensely. We are especially excited about the men’s range and love her creative direction. Julie’s design approach will be key to expanding Senhoa’s retail presence and open Senhoa up to a whole new market.”

To purchase the new Senhoa collection designed by Julie Ragolia, go to http://www.senhoa.com/julieragolia, beginning November 30th, 2012. Retail prices range from $49 to $169.

To download the look book and images, please click on the following link: http://yousend.it/Qsx1DD.

Source: Senhoa

Holiday Shopping: Make a Difference – 31 Bits

In Awareness, Human Trafficking, Social Justice on November 28, 2012 at 10:30 am

31 Bits Designs is a socially minded business designed to give internally displaced women in Northern Uganda an opportunity to counter poverty. By giving our beneficiaries access to the international market, they are able to earn an instant income, providing homes, food, and education for their families. Our program equips women by providing literacy education, financial and vocational training, holistic care, and strong support systems, empowering individuals to further their careers and attain social equity.

Check out the Partnerships jewelry for options that give back to our world.

31 Bits Facebook Giveaway!

In Awareness, Human Trafficking, Social Justice on February 22, 2012 at 9:58 am

Have you checked out the new 31 Bits Spring line- CHASING DAYLIGHT, yet? What do you think?

http://31bits.com/shop/

SHARE this photo on your wall, with the name of your favorite item from the new line… one lucky person will WIN the item of their choice!

Go to Facebook right now and like 31 Bits ~ then share this picture and let them know which of the new line is your favorite!

Nightlight International Jewelry Sale

In Human Trafficking, Social Justice on February 2, 2012 at 10:10 pm

Beautiful jewelry, amazing prices, and for a great cause! Help women rescued from sex slavery to become self-sufficient by supporting Nightlight International.

Nightlight International Jewelry Sale

In Human Trafficking on January 11, 2012 at 5:15 pm


Coco Rocha may only be 23 years old, but the Canadian supermodel certainly isn’t twiddling her thumbs between runway appearances and photo shoots. Together with Senhoa, a California-based nonprofit that supports victims of human trafficking through income-generating opportunities and programs for social integration, Rocha has developed a collection of seven jewelry pieces, handcrafted by the same women Senhoa is seeking to rehabilitate and empower.

In Human Trafficking on October 26, 2011 at 12:01 pm


NEW ARRIVALS: ARTISAN PERUVIAN BRACELETS HELP PROTECT INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

The Not For Sale Store unveiled its beautiful new collection of artisan bracelets today in collaboration with seven indigenous communities deep in the Peruvian Amazon. A group of women from these communities handcrafted the limited-edition bracelets using wild seeds from the rainforest floor. The naturally dyed collection includes four styles of necklaces, two styles of earrings, and one style of bracelets in colors such as magenta, pink, green, black, and red.

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