Tatty Devine X Equality Now
What do we want? Equality! When do we want it? Now!
In 2020, 96,514 women and girls worldwide were positively impacted through the work of international charity, Equality Now! United in our commitment to a more gender-equal world, we’ve teamed up with the international charity on a 16-piece strong collection embodying their vital work. Designed with love in London and hand made by an all-female team of makers, could it get any better? Yes, £3.75 ($5) per piece sold is donated to Equality Now!
Lady Hale wearing the Equality Now Necklace.
Raise funds, awareness and champion equal rights for women and girls worldwide with our powerful vintage protest art inspired feminist jewellery. Join us as we say ‘NO!’ to sexual violence, guarantee equal legal rights and inspire gender equality globally with a 70s-influenced feminist jewellery collection.
Social change begins with legal change, use law to change the world with our Tatty Devine X Equality Now pieces.
Inspired by this charity’s efforts to harness the power of law and create enduring equality for women and girls worldwide, say hello to shimmering gold Earrings, Necklace and Brooch etched and hand-inked by our makers.
Eliza Hatch wearing the End Male Violence Necklace.
Over a lifetime, one in three women will experience physical or sexual violence. Regardless of their age, background or country, approximately 15 million adolescent girls will have suffered this violence. Protest for justice in the End Male Violence Necklace and Brooch.
Amplify the voices of marginalised women and girls in the No Means No Earrings. We’re putting a palm up to honour Equality Now’s work in seeking justice for survivors and victims of sexual violence with the No Means No Earrings and Brooch.
Did you know the US Constitution does not agree with equality of sexes? Nowhere does it prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex. For nearly a century, women have been fighting for the passage of the ERA, we’re saying YES to the Equal Rights Amendment with our ERA Yes Earrings.
Not suitable for shrinking violets, find out more about the campaign on Equality Now’s website.
Make it black and white with this call to action in the Women Unite Brooch.
Raise a fist in solidarity with the Equal Power Heart Ring. Etched in a pop of pink, we're nodding to the second wave of feminism while keeping our eyes on the fourth wave prize in 70's style lettering. Is a ring a bit too bling? Check out our Equal Power Heart Brooch.
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