Bringing an inclusive world to your little ones

Multicultural dolls and storybook that celebrate our differences

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One Dear World is where we celebrate our differences

We believe all children, both boys and girls, deserve a doll that represents them as well as dolls that are different from them. As such, children can learn to appreciate themselves as they are and to respect other cultures.

About One Dear World

Meet the dolls

Hope

Place of birth: Accra, Ghana

Favourite quote:

If you can dream it, you can do it

Jun

Place of birth: Hong Kong, China

Favourite quote:

Peace starts with a smile

Parth

Place of birth: Mumbai, India

Favourite quote:

Be yourself, but always your better self

Lea

Place of birth: Oslo, Norway

Favourite quote:

A kind word, A kind world

Their Story

The little 4 living in multicultural London

Each comes from a different cultural background, Hope, Jun, Lea and Parth are 4 good friends living in the same town in London.

They have a buddy called Mr. Globe

He is mostly happy, sometimes cheeky and rarely grumpy.

Mr. Globe falls ill one day

OH NO! He's suffering from BAD headache and his buddies are worried...

What are they going to do?

With a clue from Mr. Globe, they are going on a journey in London to look for magic hats in order to cure his headache! Which places are they visiting in London? Will they succeed?

Find it out in our storybook!

The book will be officially published in October and is now available for pre-order. Don't miss the opportunity to be the first to read the book!

Testimonials

I have three kids with different characteristics, and let them know to accept each other’s differences is not easy. I love the dolls that have their story and can let the children appreciate each other. Love this project. Support!

Veronica L

I truly love the idea of this project. Especially since you don’t have diversity in every town and city. This way every child can see how multicultural the world is.

Svenja K.

I love this, thanks for making diversity more popular, thanks for sharing your story.
I backed it because I live in a multicultural environment, I want my nephews and friend’s kids to feel accepted and to know how to accept others, whether they are different or not.
Cheers from Switzerland :)

Joanie W

Find out how we kick started this project!

Thanks to support from all around the world, we have successfully crowdfunded through Indiegogo in May 2017.

Take them home!