Denur Crafts provides employment for mothers so that they can afford to send their children to school. Founded in 1994 with just four members, this cooperative has grown to include over 40 women, giving them access to fulfilling work and acceptable living conditions and making it possible for 80 children to go to school.
Standard shipping anywhere in the USA.
Orders are sent out twice per week. You will receive tracking updates via email when your order is being processed.
Items must be in like-new condition and may be returned within 14 days with a copy of the receipt
Every product you consume is brought to you by human hands. From planting seeds or manufacturing, to packaging and imports, to the employee stocking shelves in your local grocery store. But what if you found out that those hands were being forced to work? What if your favorite chocolate company relies on child labor for harvesting their cocoa? Or that the factory workers sewing your clothes are harassed in their workplace? Or farm workers growing your food are fired for becoming pregnant?
Unfortunately, there is not a whole lot of accountability for large corporations that control industries of mass production.
This is why we are committed to providing alternatives to exploitative trade systems known for exploitation and human rights abuses.
In our retail and online store, our products reflect and support the mission of the Peace & Justice Center. Therefore, we focus on fair trade, local, and educational products. We partner with small producers in the Global South, and actively work to cultivate long-term trading relationships as a way to alleviate poverty, ensure human rights, and protect the environment.
This unique shopping experience will bring you closer to the humans who make your products and inspire you to engage in the economic revolution