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Safer Streets Mural

Art Eat were commissioned by Ipswich Borough Council to develop a mural as part of their Safer Streets project about the prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls. Artist Catalina Carvajal helped us to deliver a series of creative workshops with charities Volunteering Matters, Lighthouse Women's Aid and Suffolk Rape Crisis resulting in a collaborative design and a powerful mural. We hope that this bright graphic mural in a prominent place delivers strong and clear messages to passers-by about what a safe street is, how to intercept bad behaviour, what consent means as well as zero tolerance prompts. This mural brightens up a tired part of the waterfront and we hope will serve to educate, inform and protect as part of the other fantastic work that was delivered as part of the Safer Streets legacy project.

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