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Shambalans, we need you. We’re raising funds for Unseen – a charity who do vital work in the fight against modern slavery and human trafficking. This isn’t a cause that gets a large amount of media spotlight, but it’s a huge and urgent issue both here in the UK and around the world.

◼️ Today there are 24.9 million victims of forced labour, more than any other time in history.

◼️ 1 in every 200 people in the world are currently enslaved.

◼️ 1 in 4 victims of modern slavery are children.

◼️ According to the National Crime Authority, in 2017, British nationals made up the highest proportion of modern slavery victims within the UK – an increase of nearly 100% vs the previous year.

We’re asking YOU, the great people of Shambala to join the fight against modern day slavery – and in doing so, you’ll get the chance to win the very, very last tickets to this years’ sold out festival!

If you donate £6 or more before August 3rd 2019, you will be entered into a prize draw to win ONE ADULT TICKET to Shambala 2019.

If you donate £13 or more before August 3rd 2019, you will be entered into a separate prize draw to win TWO ADULT TICKETS to this year’s sold out Shambala Festival.

Winners will be notified via email on 4th August 2019.

100% of your sponsorship money will go to the Unseen. For every donation received, we'll fly a string of prayer flags from the Shambala stage as a symbol of our support for victims of modern day slavery.

Find out more, and donate here- https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/flags-for-the-unseen

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We're downing tools at Shambala HQ today to lend our voices to the global climate strike. We encourage those who are able to, to do the same. You can find out what's happening near you, here: www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/sep/19/climate-strike-take-part-how-to-join-global-protests-...

With love and solidarity x

The Guardian
Environmental activists Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot argue we need to restore natural carbon sinks such as forests, swamps and seabeds to help tackle the climate crisis in this powerful independent film by @tommustill of Gripping Films. Find out more at naturalclimate.solutions #naturenow
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FYI Sarah Marsh @sloumarsh is covering the #climatestrike for the Guardian today on the live blog. Send her any photos/ stories - sarah.marsh@theguardian.com

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Shambala Festival

Shop's open!
Grab your calendars for just five pounds (they're 16-monthers this year, bonus!) as well as reusable bottles, coffee cups and our new hoodies, manufactured from organic Indian cotton, using renewable energy and printed with vegetable inks 🥕
Once they're gone, they're gone, so grab 'em while you can: www.shambalafestival.org/shop/
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Hi there, I emailed you before and after the festival to say I never received my pre ordered programme. I wonder if I could have a credit note to use in the online shop? 😊

I would bloody love one of the T-Shirts you were giving out at the recycling point. Any knocking about? Thanks

Aww I want a hoodie but I think in men's sizes, even a size S would swamp me :/

ATara and Lex! You can get your calendars!

Amy do you want a shambala calendar or you happy with your Serial Killers one?

Riesh Tafari

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