We are in the process of answering wishes which will be online by Monday! Till then check out what we got up to at Cally Festival ! Feel free to share and leave feedback. Photography by Ayman Ramsey Al-Juzi and Slice of Simplicity. Advertisements
Photography by Ayman Ramsey Al-Juzi and Slice of Simplicity.
Thank you to each and every person who visited our “Knowledge is Power” stall yesterday. Wishes that left on our wishtree were incredibly moving and I hope the day has given some inspiration and motivation. We are gathering up the wishes as we speak and will be posting responses soon! If you would like to… Read More Thank you for visiting us at Cally Festival
Hello! We’re super excited be out today with the Cally community to celebrate Cally Festival. Make sure you visit our stall and make a wish on our Knowledge is Power wish tree. We will also be giving live updates throughout the day on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sliceofsimplicity Twitter: @rima246 #paperairplaneproject #callyfest #knowledgeispower Get in touch! Here’s some… Read More Launched: Paper Airplanes at Cally Festival!
Before starting I want to make clear I am not making these criticisms to attack but for a purpose – so we can develop, understand and tackle the problem of Islamophobia and extremism in the most productive way possible. On the day of the murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich, spectators on social networks claimed… Read More Woolwich: Conspiracies are stupid. Tea with EDL is great.
#PAP 1; The Cally Festival London. That place where small town people are overwhelmed by the “City life”. Business men and women talk only when on their phones, too preoccupied to notice other people’s existence even as they run past one another on the tube. Tall bulky buildings of top shot corporations breed robots through… Read More #PAP 1: The Cally Fest
“How much was it?” “6-7 I think… It costs the same as my other bag; it’s just a different colour that came out season” “I f*cking love it! But I was going to set my limit at 5 hundred” Hundred? Seriously… wait, how much?! I thought to myself as I overheard the conversation of two… Read More Deep thinkers, wise words and lack of connection to the core