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Dutch ‘Wrong Kind of Populism’ – The World in Action
Dear friends,
Something fantastic just happened. The Dutch Trump, Geert Wilders, who was leading in the Netherlands’ election race right up to the last moment, was just defeated!
Wilders had promised to close all mosques, pull the Netherlands out of the EU and ban the Koran. After Brexit and Trump, the whole world was watching to see if the far-right would continue its terrifying rise.
But in the end, the Dutch people struck a beautiful blow against Trumpism. The tide just turned against the global spread of fascist politics. And our movement was right in the middle. How?
20,000 marchers, 500km on a bus, 5 million views, 300,000 reached with newspaper ads, and a community united against hate.
Just before the election, we helped mobilise 20,000 people onto the streets to march together to celebrate the Netherlands’ long history of openness and tolerance.
Dutch Avaazers hit the campaign trail in a giant orange Unity Bus. Three days before the election, many voters still hadn’t decided which way to cast their ballot! So we went up and down the country handing out flowers, listening to people and encouraging them to vote against hate. Then we emailed and texted over half a million people to get out the vote!
When we found out a key thing driving people away from Wilders was his love of Trump, we made a hilarious spoof video of Trump endorsing Wilders. It went crazy viral in hours, and 5 million people had watched it before the elections!
But that wasn’t all. We then targeted the key areas where Wilders had potentially strong support with full-page newspaper ads, spoofing the Hollywood hit La La Land to show how Wilders would turn the Netherlands into Trumpland!
Finally, today we took to the streets in The Hague, Paris and Berlin to celebrate and send a strong warning signal to Le Pen in France and the AfD in Germany that we are coming to stop them in elections there.
With the threat of hate spreading everywhere, the world needs our 44-million-strong global community like never before. Together, we’ve built the most powerful civic campaigning movement in history, and with that power comes responsibility. Responsibility to rise against hate, to defend the values of unity and tolerance that make us strong. But most of all, the responsibility to dream of a better world. And this week, the Netherlands has taken us one step closer to that dream.
In hope and celebration,
Emma, Alice, Christoph, Anneke, Lisa, Oscar, Mike, Spyro and the whole Avaaz team
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Dutch Leader Claims Victory Over ‘Wrong Kind of Populism’ in Election

3rd India Steel Expo 2017

Yashdeep S. Kataria
Director (Media & Communication)
(Steel/Mines/External Affairs)
Room# 111  Wing-A,
Tele: (O) 23384489, 23488363
Mobile: 9818644187    

Date: March 16, 2016
Dear Sir/ Madam,
The Minister of Steel Chaudhary Birender Singh will address the media conference on the upcoming 3rd India Steel Expo 2017International Exhibition and Conference to be held in Mumbai from 19th – 21st April 2017. The Secretary, Steel Dr. Aruna Sharma will also be present on the occasion.
The details are as follows:
Date    :           17th March 2017 (Friday)
Time   :           1.00 P.M. (Registration starts at 12.30 pm)
Venue :           Steel Room (Room no. 192)
Ministry of Steel
First floor, Udyog Bhawan
New Delhi-110001

You are cordially invited to cover the event.

‘Paris, New Delhi: From Haute Couture to the Technologies of Elegance’

Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler to inaugurate
‘Paris, New Delhi: From Haute Couture to the Technologies of Elegance’
a retrospective of the Hemant Lecoanet fashion label

Saturday, 18th March 2017

New Delhi, 16th March 2017

H.E. Mr Alexandre Ziegler, Ambassador of France to India, will inaugurate an exhibition on the remarkable journey of the Indo-French fashion label Lecoanet Hemant, in the presence of its founders, Didier Lecoanet and Hemant Sagar.

The inauguration of this retrospective, entitled ‘Paris, New Delhi: From Haute Couture to the Technologies of Elegance’, will take place on

Saturday, 18th March 2017, at 7pm
at Bikaner House
Pandara Road, New Delhi.

You are cordially invited to the inauguration and requested to appoint your reporter/ photographer to cover the event.

Between 70 to 80 creations will be on display, some from collections made in Paris (1984-2000), while others from those designed at the Lecoanet Hemant Gurgaon Atelier (2000-2017).    The curated collections reflect the transition the label made in 2000 from haute couture to prêt-à-porter, demonstrating how research that goes into developing handmade designs can also be reimagined for crafting exceptional commercial products.

“There is a sense of fashion nostalgia, a celebration of artisanal excellence, an ode to our labour of love that we hope to evoke. We see a promise of a pragmatic future that beholds Indian fashion,” said Hemant Sagar and Didier Lecoanet.

Along with the exhibition, which will be on from 19th to 22nd March 2017 (11.00 am to 6.30 pm), a special selection from GENES, the Lecoanet Hemant ready-to-wear label, will also be available at the Vayu Store at Bikaner House.

In keeping with the spirit of the restored Bikaner House, which is redolent of a bygone era but holds its own in contemporary times, renowned French musician Ariane Gray Hubert will present Piano Rag/A Time on this occasion.

Looking forward to the occasion, Ambassador of France to India, H.E. Mr Alexandre Ziegler commented, “I am delighted to inaugurate this Lecoanet Hemant retrospective, which reflects the best of Indo-French design sensibilities, be it couture or prêt-à-porter. Even though their work is deeply rooted in France, the designers aim to emphasise that research and design can be instrumental in placing India on the world fashion map.”


About Lecoanet Hemant
Lecoanet Hemant, drawn from the surnames of Frenchman Didier Lecoanet and Indo-German Hemant Sagar, has been a part of the haute couture establishment in Paris for over three decades. They started their career – just like Yves Saint Laurent, Courrèges, Issey Miyake, Jean-Louis Scherer and many other prominent fashion personalities – on the benches of the “Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne”, the fashion school founded by the Paris Haute Couture Syndicate.

Established as an haute couture house in 1984, Lecoanet-Hemant initially worked from Paris with a flagship store in the heart of the aristocratic Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, (considered the mecca of luxury fashion and haute couture in Paris) and featured on the couture schedule. Being members of the Parisian Haute Couture Syndicate from 1984-2000, Lecoanet Hemant created 33 collections with the ultimate aim of transitioning from artisanal to semi-industrial. The year 2000 marked a transition for the brand as they moved from France to India, and from couture to prêt.
Their Gurgaon atelier houses the design studio and three embroidery, one metallic, and two leather workshops – which produce ready-to-wear pieces that employ couture techniques across the board. The designers aim to emphasise that research and design can be instrumental in placing India on the world fashion map.

Note from the Design House
The haute couture pieces on display, unfold a story of how in the eighties, collections started becoming a demonstration of art and creative expression, while less and less people actually wore them. At that nascent stage, the brand could not convert their design function from haute couture to artisanal-industrial in the economic context of Paris in the nineties. It was then that the Indo-French designer duo decided to move to India. The idea of this relocation was to set up a semi-industrial manufacturing house that would reimagine age-old craftsmanship for contemporary processes, and this is the story that unravels through all the creations on display at the exhibition.

The designers still prefer the artisanal approach to creating their collections. “Today, India has an even greater promise than at that time, it is a the perfect creative hub for haute couture and also to produce collections that may be ready-to-wear but which employ couture techniques with the aid of sophisticated technical advancements in production. We want to showcase and celebrate the capabilities of India at the exhibition by juxtaposing our Haute Couture pieces together with echoing creations from our India atelier,” added Lecoanet and Sagar.

Since 1984, Lecoanet Hemant’s style has been influenced by their extensive travel and by crafts all over the world. They have worked with the porcelain painters of the Royal Prussian Porcelain Manufacture in Berlin, as well as with the Gobelin weavers in Aubusson, France. They partially design and manufacture collections for many prestigious brands, including Gérard Darel, Kenzo, Inès de La Fressange and Pierre Balmain.

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130 million girls who are not getting an education

Hi Friend,
Remember signing our open letter to leaders, asking them to take urgent action for 130 million girls who are not getting an education? More than 360,000 others all around the world joined you – that’s an incredible response.
On International Women’s Day, we delivered your letter. And it was BIG.
Watch this video to see what happened.
ONE members walked into decision makers’ offices in 335 locations across 12 countries – from Australia to Italy, Nigeria to Canada, the UK to Belgium. We asked leaders to support the funding and policies needed to help make sure every single girl gets the chance to reach her full potential.
They heard you. Loud and clear.
Leaders didn’t just get your message, they echoed and applauded it. Our letter was mentioned in speeches and statements at the European and UK Parliaments, and the United Nations. In the US, the Senate introduced legislation that will work to get millions more children in the poorest countries into school.
We reached decision makers everywhere, and we couldn’t have done it without your support. Now we need to see action. At every opportunity, we’ll be pressuring leaders to take the steps that will put millions more girls into school. We hope you’ll stick with us – we’re going to need your help.
Watch the video of how we delivered your letter, and please share it if you’re proud of what we’ve achieved together.
Thank you for all you do,
The ONE Team
P.S. Want to do more? We’re counting each of the 130 million girls who are not in school – one by one, out loud – so our leaders can’t ignore them. Join the count and add your photo or video here.
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