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11 November 2005

Women and Traditions
An intra-Arab dialogue around the current role of women in peace building and conflict resolution in the Middle-East hosted in Damascus, Syria.
 

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Liberia's 'Iron Lady' claims win
(news.bbc.co.uk, 11/11/05))
Is she going to make a difference?

 

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Bahrain feminists prepare for protest (feministing.com, 08/11/05)
The family Law in Bahrain has been rejected because it does not advocate the Shariah’s laws. Feminists have decided to protest against this rejection.

Who's getting rich from COVID-19?

Boris Johnson's government stands accused of 'COVID cronyism', after handing out staggering sums of money to controversial private firms to fight COVID-19. Often the terms of these deals are kept secret, with no value-for-money checks or penalties for repeated failures which cost lives. And many major contracts have gone directly to key Tory donors and allies – without competition.

As COVID rates across the country surge, how can we hold our leaders accountable? Meet the lawyers, journalists and politicians leading the charge in our free live discussion on Thursday 1 October at 5pm UK time.

Hear from:

Peter Geoghegan Investigations editor, openDemocracy, and author of 'Democracy for Sale: Dark Money and Dirty Politics'

Jolyon Maugham Barrister and founder of the Good Law Project.

Layla Moran Liberal Democrat MP (TBC)

Chair: Mary Fitzgerald Editor-in-chief of openDemocracy

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