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Hand Bag

£15

Humanity needs fair and equal representation in order to progress. But still, 100 years after first securing the right to vote, too many women still do not have access to fair and equal pay, positions of power and basic human rights.

This bag is a protest against dull and dusty boardrooms stuffed with stale, pale men, failing to represent the world we live in. And a flag to be waved wherever sexual harassment, disguised as ‘lads banter’ remains unchecked and is allowed to intimidate and demean.

This is a bag about empowerment, solidarity and progress.

Time to power up people!

Bag style: Shoulder Tote
Dimensions: 38cm(w) x 42cm(h) x 10cm(d)
Handle height: 30cms

10oz (100%) cotton.
Printed using water-based ink.
Produced in an Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) Certified and SEDEX registered factory.
Made in India. Printed in the UK. Designed in Kent.

We will endeavour to deliver your bag to you as quickly as possible via first class mail. Please see the costs below and allow up to 5 days for delivery.

Standard UK: 1-2 Bags - £2.85
Standard UK: 3-10 Bags - £4.95
Standard Europe - £9.00
Standard Rest of the World - £10

Limited stock policy

Our bags are printed in small numbers to avoid unnecessary printing and waste. Therefore short delays may sometimes be possible, in which case we will contact you to let you know. During these periods, please allow up to 15 days for delivery.

We’d hoped you’d never have to click in here… And sorry if you are considering returning your bag. Before we bore you with the T&C’s, we’d encourage you to recycle or regift your bag if possible. But, if not (here’s goes)…

We will be happy to offer you a refund or exchange within 14 days of you receiving your order. Please read below for the conditions of returning items.

To arrange a return or exchange please contact us via studio@oasthaus.design and quote your name and order number (this can be found at the top of your invoice if purchased online). All items must be returned to us in a good, resalable condition and packed using protective packaging. Please note that if the product(s) returned are damaged or marked, we reserve the right to refuse a refund. This does not affect your statutory rights. Refunds will include the cost of the purchased item/s only.

We will notify you once we have received your parcel and will then issue your refund. As no refunds will be issued until we physically have the item(s) with us, we advise that you choose a tracked delivery service.

We take every care to  ensure that your product(s) are well packaged to provide a safe transit. In the unlikely event that your item(s) arrive damaged or are faulty please contact us immediately via studio@oasthaus.design. We will endeavour to resolve the problem for you as efficiently as possible. We will either send a replacement item or issue you with a full refund. Please note that photographic evidence will be required in both instances.

Phew! That’s a wrap.

The Fawcett Society is the UK’s leading membership charity campaigning for gender equality and women’s rights.

They have been advancing women’s equality since 1866 when at just 19, Millicent Fawcett collected signatures on a petition for women’s votes. She went on to lead the constitutional suffrage campaign and made this cause her lifetime’s work, securing equal voting rights 62 years later. Today they continue her legacy of fighting sexism and gender inequality through hard hitting campaigns and impactful research.

They believe in a society where no one is prevented from reaching their full potential because of their gender. The Fawcett Society campaigns to:

  • Close the gender pay gap. At current rates of progress, it will take 62 years to close it.
  • Secure equal power. Just 30% of MPs and 33% of councillors are women.
  • Challenge attitudes and change minds. 20% of men aged 25-34 say women’s equality has ‘gone too far’.
  • Defend women’s rights post-Brexit. There must be no turning the clock back.

Their mission is to achieve a society in which women and girls in all their diversity are equal and truly free to fulfil their potential, creating a stronger, happier, better future for us all.

  • They publish compelling research to educate, inform and lead the debate.
  • They bring together politicians, academics, grassroots activists and wider civil society to develop innovative, practical solutions.
  • They campaign with women and men to make change happen.

Oasthaus is not affiliated with the Fawcett Society in any official way. Further information can be found here.