Mike considers the music of Angélique Kidjo, coiner of the word ‘Batonga!’, and her work across Africa in support of girls’ education.
Category: Justice, Law & Order
European Court of Human Rights was driven by Britons in the aftermath of WWII.
US school shooting cost another 27 lives. Up to 25 May there have been 27 school shootings. What drives this violence?
In October 2020, about 100 000 people took to the streets of Warsaw in a protest against the authorities over the ruling on abortion rights. After protests had been met with heavy-handed police action, sanctioned by the Prime Minister, the UN experts also called on the Polish authorities to respect the rights of men and women protesting against the abortion ruling.
Right through the ages women had to fight misogyny. Deputy leader Angela Raynor was faced with blatant sexism by colleagues and the media.
Public protest in Dover incensed by the instant sacking and demanded a U-Turn by P&O
The Government propose to introduce a Bill of Rights and has produced a consultation on this with a closing date for response of 8th March. Charlotte Mbali has a conversation with a local barrister about this. Local barrister (LB) The government proposal and their analysis are rooted in their approach to relevant case law going […]
On International Women’s Day 2022, Canterbury Soroptimists celebrate women’s achievements and promote equality.
Red Hand Day is held on 13 February to increase awareness of child soldiers. UN reports that 8,500+ children were used as soldiers in 2020.
The Government’s proposals would weaken our Civil Liberties. They would show that the Government cannot be trusted on Constitutional Reform. The Electorate should be reminded of the dangers to our liberties and the warnings made by Lord Hailsham in the 1970s of the growth of an elective dictatorship in our country.