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VIDEO: WILLIAM HAGUE ON THE ARAB SPRING AND WOMEN’S POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

News from our partners at CARE International:

William Hague reveals that, despite the events of the Arab Spring, the outlook for women and women’s rights remains very uncertain in some countries in the Middle East, as outlined in CARE International’s new report on women and the Arab Spring.

Read it at: http://insights.careinternational.org.uk/publications/arab-spring-arab-autumn

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APPG on Women, Peace and Security: “Life in Limbo – adolescent girls in crisis and conflict”

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This report was authored by Yasmine Kherfi, Projects Assistant at the LSE Middle East Centre. Yasmine is interested in feminist theory and praxis, transnational solidarity movements, and development planning in (post-)conflict settings. Find Yasmine on Twitter @yasmine_kherfi. On Wednesday 10 Read More

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