Crafting is fun yet sometimes it is hard to start alone, the Do-it-together -guides aim to be tools for various groups to organize collaborative sessions of fun and “making stuff with your hands”. The guides are as well creative ways of considering how human rights issues are apparent in our everyday life.
Killer Fashion Revolution Do-It-Together workshops can be organized by organizations, educators, a group of friends etc., as long as it is not for commercial use. Based on experiences from the first Killer Fashion Revolution workshops various guides will be published here.
Here are some examples of what is to expect:
|Workshop||Length||Target group||Possible organizer||Example|
|Do-It-Educational workshop guide||Weekend – fixed participation||Participants interested of the theme.||Organizations or educators||Mosaic KFR workshop|
|Do-It-In-a-Day workshop guide||1 Day – fixed participation||Participants interested of the theme, group of friends.||Organizations educators or group of friends||Killer Fashion Revolution & Clean Clothes Campaign @ CISV Seminar Camp Helsinki 2010|
|Try-It-Out workshop guide||Hop-On-Hop-Off participation||Visitors at an event||Organization at an event||Killer Fashion Revolution at Human Rights Arts Festival|
|Do-It-With-Friends workshop guide||Half day or evening(6h + time for food)||Participants trying out the Killer Fashion Revolution concept.||Group of friends||MOA Killer Fashion Revolution Workshop 12.6.2010 and MOA Killer Fashion Revolution Workshop 6.6.2010|