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Gabby Jahanshahi-Edlin



Bloody Good Period

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Gabby Jahanshahi-Edlin is an activist campaigning for an end to period poverty. She started Bloody Good Period back in 2016 when she was volunteering at the New London Synagogue asylum-seekers' drop-in centre, and discovered that sanitary towels were only provided for 'in emergencies'. A whip around for donations of towels or tampons on Facebook turned into a full-blown operation to collect and distribute toiletries and period supplies for asylum seekers all around the UK. Bloody Good Period now has a squad of 60 volunteers who provide more than 2000 sanitary products a month to women living in period poverty across the UK.Gabby has a Masters in Applied Imagination from Central St Martins

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