Posted by specialK March 06, 2013

 Over 8,000 foldables from Foldable.Me descended on Parliment Square in London in support of the Fairtrade charity. Each foldable represented everyone who signed a petition asking UK Prime Minister David Cameron to consider fairtrade farming ahead of the upcoming G8 summit. Many British celebrities were represented in Foldable form like Jonathan Ross, Louis Smith, Tulisa & Amanda Holden. The collaboration between Foldable.Me & the Fairtrade Foundation, the demonstration was the first protest of its kind. 

Thanks to the Daily Mail for the additional photos and details. 


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