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Smolart

We are a group of artists living in small rural village of Tabaka in Kisii (Western Kenya) , about 400 km from Nairobi. The area of Tabaka provides the medium in which we work. The Kisii stone, a type of soft stone found in various shades, hardness and array types. The group was registered in 1990 under the ministry of culture and social services of Kenya and started its operations in March 1994, producing and selling fairly traded products.

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Palestinian Fair Trade Producers in Malta

Nostalġija ta’ libertà

Franica Pulis tintervista lil Suzan Sahori mill-Palestina (Illum)

Din il-ġimgħa kien hemm għaddejjin żewġ proġetti li jippromwovu d-diversità. Iżda mara Palestinjana kienet preżenti fit-tnejn - Suzan Sahori - Direttur għar-Relazzjonijiet Internazzjonali ta’ għaqda li tippromwovi kummerċ ġust tax-xogħol artiġġanali Palestinjan: il-Holy Land Handicraft Cooperative Society (www.holyland-handicraft.org).


Illum ltaqgħet ma’ Sahori biex titkixxef dwar il-ħajja vera li jgħixu l-Palestinjani u mhux dik biss li naraw fuq it-televixin. Tibda tirrakkontali kif qed tħossha Malta.

“Inħossni libera. Inħobbu nsuqu minn belt għall-oħra mingħajr man-nies iwaqqfuna biex jiċċekkjawlna l-karta tal-identità jew nistennew fil-kjus twal fil-postijiet ta’ kontroll. Nista’ nippjana l-ġurnata. Mhux bħal f’Ramallah. Biex nasal s’hemm irrid nippjana sagħtejn, tlieta qabel għax ma nafx kemm se jżommuni fil-postijiet ta’ kontroll. Jogħġbuni s-siti tagħkom u l-ġonna. Aħna ma fadlilniex iktar ġonna,” tgħid b’dispjaċir.

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Egyptian Fair Trade Producers In Malta

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Touching diversity! Mediterranean Artisans in a creative dialogue

Artisans from European and Mediterranean countries will be meeting their Maltese counterparts in various local markets to exhibit their crafts while creating new items and sharing their techniques. The artisans will demonstrate how we can experience other cultures through the sense of touch, thus enhancing intercultural dialogue through common ground and an acquired understanding of each other’s tradecraft.

The initiative devised by Koperattiva Kummerċ Ġust, Malta’s Fair Trade organisation, forms part of the 5 senses project for the 2008 European Year of Intercultural Dialogue in Malta.

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