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Universally speaking: Bringing diversity into the balance of the UK’s toy shops

Narinder Kaur is the founder of Apne Dolls, a range of dolls designed with the UK’s population of British Sikh Indians at the heart of its story and product line. Being a first generation British Sikh born to Punjabi, Indian parents, the question that has always plagued me is why …

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Independent Toy Awards shows retail’s support of inclusivity but “there’s still a lot to do”

Among an extensive list of winners of this year’s Independent Toy Awards – the annual Awards voted for by the UK’s indie toy retail scene – praise has been handed to an evolving industry for its better adoption of inclusivity within the toy box. Comprising not only the usual industry …

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One Dear World celebrates inclusivity with crowdfunding campaign for six new disability dolls

The creator of the multicultural soft toy doll range, One Dear World, has launched a new crowdfunding campaign to grow the current collection to include six new inclusive disability dolls. Frustrated by the lack of diversity among the dolls available, Winnie Mak who originates from Hong Kong and is now …

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