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  • Redefining normal: an article by Sean Callaghan; Strategic Impact 21 May 2010 — Mandy Marshall — Blog

    In some parts of Africa Violence Against Women is so pervasive that one would be tempted to call it normal. In South Africa where 1 in 4 men have raped, or in Liberia where 80% of women endured sexual assault during the civil war, or in Ethiopia where the genitals of more than 90% of girls are mutilated in the name of culture...
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  • Ruined? 21 May 2010 — Peter Grant — Blog

    On Monday I went to see “Ruined” at the Almeida theatre in London. It is a powerful play by Lynn Nottage that brings to life the characters of women and men affected by sexual violence in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
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  • UK Lads Mags 07 May 2010 — Mandy Marshall — Blog

    This week (6th May 2010) a UK lads mag, Zoo, published a column responding to a reader’s letter that was inciting domestic violence.
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  • British Attitudes British Attitudes 16 April 2010 — Mandy Marshall — Blog

    Kit Malthouse, Deputy Mayor for Policing, recently stated in the London Evening Standard (31 march 2010) that there has been ‘a change in British attitudes to prostitution over the past decade.
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  • Brides and beatings in Kyrgyzstan 09 March 2010 — Peter Grant — Blog

    Kyrgyzstan has been in the news this month. Its government has been toppled in a coup that has left over 70 people dead, and there is much uncertainty about the political future in the capital, Bishkek.
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