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The making of the dress

Crossing Boarders, an organization dedicated to helping create “an equal and inclusive society,” partnered with creative agency Deportivo and a mobile provider to send a message through Almedalen Week’s closed doors. The resulting “Twitter Dress” streamed comments on gender equality, affordable housing for youth, and lowering the legal voting age.
Wish I had one to wear in the Texas Capitol Gallery. Can they arrest you for the clothes you wear?
Before the summit, Crossing Boarders sent thirty “ambassadors” out in the dress to raise awareness; during the summit, ambassadors roamed around with messages streaming over the dress from both tweets carrying the hashtag #Twitterklänning (“Twitter Dress”) and texts to a toll-free number. #Twitterklänning team reporters received a pledge from the minister of equality, Maria Arnholm, for mandatory education on gender equality, and ambassadors stood in the background streaming tweets and texts during interviews with EU Minister Birgitta Ohlsson and Minister for International Development Cooperation Gunilla Carlsson, among others.
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