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About Beatrice Botomani

Beatrice Botomani worked as a Gender Coordinator in an umbrella organisation for non-governmental organisations in Malawi for 10 years. She is now the Advocacy and Support Worker in Bradford Rape Crisis, the Women’s Development Officer for Northern Refugee Centre, and the founder and chair of  Why Refugee Women

 

Articles by Beatrice Botomani

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Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

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Refugee women in the UK: Pushing a stone into the sea

From personal experience I know that arrival in the UK for asylum seekers does not signal safety, but reform is a ‘chaser game’: refugee women are pressuring the Home Office to improve decision making and end detention, says Beatrice Botomani.

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