Tag Archives: women’s human rights

Join us for our first group meeting of 2014 on Tuesday 14th January

9 Jan
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Happy New Year to all our friends and supporters.  Above are just a few of the people whose lives have changed for the better in 2013, thanks to your support and action.

All are most welcome to join us for our first group meeting of 2014 on Tuesday 14th January at 8pm, at Silver Street Baptist Church.  For more information about our meetings and where we are, please click here.

Take Action: Woman at risk of flogging for not wearing a headscarf

6 Nov

AmiraAmira is a civil engineer and women’s rights activist. She is charged with being in public with her head uncovered, and will soon go on trial in Sudan. If convicted, she could face 40 lashes.

Text SUDAN1 and your full name to 70505 now to call on Sudan to drop the charges against Amira.

Tuesday 10th September: Group meeting and workshop on women’s rights in Afghanistan.

3 Sep
Don't trade away Women's Human Rights

Click to download the briefing report.

Join us for our group meeting next Tuesday 10th September at Silver Street Baptist Church.  Meeting starts at 8PM.  Click here for map and directions.

All are welcome to come along and meet the group, discuss human rights and take part in our workshop on Women’s Human Rights in Afghanistan.

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