For the Lives of All Women Fundraiser

We and visual artist Camila Cavalcante are holding a night of drinks, music and art, as we kick off our crowd-funding campaign to raise money for our next book For the Lives of All Women/Pela Vida Das Mulheres.  

Donate to a good cause AND be in it to win it with our wonderful raffle on the night. Prizes include (but are not limited to):

- Period. the book, bag, tee and print

- 100 Women I Know book

- Ash Magazine

- Tote and Tee from grlclb

- Tee and print from Mude Threads

- 2 x Sofar Sounds Tickets

- A meal for 2 at Guinea Fowlers

- Goodies from Rude Health

- Sipsmith Gin Distillery Tour

- £50 Experience Days voucher from

- £295 Level 1 Photography Workshop (beginners) at the London School of Photography

- Year membership to Shutterhub, a photography organisation providing opportunities, support and networking for creative photographers worldwide, worth £80

We will have acoustic music from Nick Byrne and Menino Josué will bring the Brazilian tunes.

Karen Hobbs will bring the laughs and probably a lot of the C word.

Sounds good? Well register for free tickets for the 1st of December here.


For the Lives of All Women/Pela Vida das Mulheres is a collection of photographs and interviews by Camila Cavalcante. Camila travelled around Brazil meeting women who have had, or who have been witnesses to, illegal abortions. She developed a network of women in Brazil that joined the debate and shared their stories.

The photographs are nude self-portraits holding and hugging the women in their homes, with their back to the camera, while Cavalcante reveals her face, exposing her body and her identity in their name.

Inspired by the chant that people took to the streets to fight for women’s rights in Brazil and all over the world, we’re creating For The Lives of All Women. It will be a bilingual book with the most powerful images of the project, as well as interviews with the collaborators and essays from activists and experts.

With the state of politics around the world and the threat to our reproductive rights, and our lives, a book like this is more important than ever. We need to spread the word; we must prevent women like those in this book, from unnecessary suffering or even death.

We can do this. Together we are stronger!


Camila Cavalcante is a visual artist from the north-east coast of Brazil, currently settled in the UK. She holds a Masters of the Arts degree from University of Westminster and has taken part in over 30 exhibitions and three art residencies in Brazil, Mexico, the US and the UK. Camila currently works for the London School of Photography.

Rebecca Souster