Category Archives: women’s rights

Vigil for woman raped in Delhi outside Indian High Commission in London tonight at 5:30 pm

If I didn’t live 400 miles away, I’d be with Maelo Manning outside the Indian High Commission at 5:30 this evening. She’s holding a vigil for the woman who was gang raped on a bus in Delhi a week ago … Continue reading

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But what about Afghanistan’s girls, Paddy?

Paddy Ashdown has called for British troops to be withdrawn from Afghanistan “quick, neat and soon”. It’s hard to argue with him about the catalogue of political and international failure to provide the sort of support that could have made … Continue reading

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