Find out more about the inspirational lady behind Craftivist Collective, the fabulous Sarah Corbett.... "I’m happy to say that I no longer feel like a burnt-out activist who is upset that I might have to give up fighting for a better world. Craftivism has made activism sustainable for me; it has allowed me to thread activism through everything I do and I really feel like I’ll always be a craftivist."
"My professional background is working for large international development charities in campaigning and public engagement. For the last six years I’ve been fortunate enough to work for Christian Aid, on a DFID(Department for International Development) project called Platform2, and most recently for Oxfam GB as Community & Activism Manger for London & South East England"
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