ACT, wines encouraging change!
All people deserve to be treated equally with the same fundamental protection of human rights.
Unfortunately this is far from reality today. The increasing segregation and deeply manifested structural discrimination in our society is a fact and a grave problem we believe.
A problem we see as our obligation to act on.
We aim to make a change through raising awareness and by highlighting this ill distributed balance of power.
We want to see forever growing tolerance, knowledge, love and compassion.
For this reason we have created the ACT label. A series of wines where 2% of the sales goes to financially supporting organizations working for human rights.
You can read about the projects we are currently supporting below.
Enjoy the wines, spread joy and engage in positive action!
Thanks for engaging, let’s ACT!
ACT wine supports
ACT for change
25/5 A talk with Lovette Jallow for HoReCa on how we all can help to fight discriminatory and rasist structures.
Soulidarity & Human Rights
Soulidarity & Human Rights is a non profit organization where the goal is to continuously work actively to help individuals and minority groups who live in alienation/social exclusion by shedding light on problems and identifying needs which can be met, thereby finding ways to help or create new solutions.
Palestinagrupperna i Sverige
Is a solidarity organization, not tied to a political party or religious group, that was founded in 1976. Their work is centred around aid and developmental work together with local groups in Libanon, on the West Bank and in Gaza. All their work stems from human rights, UN-resolutions and international law.
Transammans is working toward spreading knowledge and providing support for persons identifying as transgender and their families/closest.
This organisation aims to support, encourgage and to help young girls partly through a helpline/chat and also by holding lectures and running projects that highligts questions relevant to being a young girl/female. No question i s to big or small.
ROKS – Riksorganisationen för kvinnojourer och tjejjourer i Sverige
Roks, the National Organisation for Women’s Shelters and Young Women’s Shelters in Sweden, is the largest member organisation for women’s shelters and young women’s shelters in the country. Roks aims at safeguarding the common interests of the shelters in their work against male violence towards women.
Roks strives to shape public opinion, and actively works to make the public aware of the reality that the shelters face, as well as conduct outward dialogues around the issues concerning the shelters. There are currently around 100 women’s and young women’s shelters within the organisation.
Roks is a feministic organisation working on the rights of women’s and young women’s rights and liberation, as well as equality on all levels.
SAK – Svenska Afghanistankommittén
For an Afghanistan free from poverty, violence and discrimination.
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan has been working in Afghanistan for more than thirty-nine years and are focusing on areas such as healthcare, rural lievlihood, education and community governanance.
They have more than 6,000 employees working in different parts of the country.
Read more about their work below.
Refugees Welcome Stockholm
Refugees Welcome Stockholm is an independent organisation (that is not tied to a specific religion or political party) with the aim of helping refugees that arrive in Stockholm.
The Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Rights, is a non-profit organization founded in 1950. RFSL strives to create an equal world where all LGBTQI people’s human rights are respected and no one is left behind.