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articles from the Scottish Refugee Council blog

December 13, 2010

Scottish Refugee Council logoAre We Listening? (05/12/10): Kirsty Thomson, Legal Services Agency (LSA) The voices of the women and girls who have survived gender related violence must be taken into account in Scotland.

Safe From Harm? (06/12/10): Corinne Evans, British Red Cross Once in Scotland women fleeing persecution in their home countries feel they are safe from harm – though often it’s not the case.

Believe Her! (07/12/10): Janine Hunt, Scottish Refugee Council It’s time to break the silence – women seeking asylum must be empowered to tell their stories and need to be believed!

End Prostitution Now! (09/12/10): Ann Hamilton, Glasgow Community and Safety Services Rather than being the oldest profession, prostitution is the oldest oppression. It’s time to end it now.

Challenges, Solutions And Future Hopes (08/12/10): Ilana Bakal, Medical Foundation for the care of Victims of Torture Ilana Bakal, clinician at the Medical Foundation, contemplates obstacles and solutions to ending violence against asylum seeking women.

The Postcard Campaign – Govan and Craigton Integration Network (08/12/10):  Angela Gardiner, Govan and Craigton Integration Network GCIN launches their postcard campaign, highlighting experiences of women seeking asylum.

 

From SCOTTISH REFUGEE COUNCIL:

Are We Listening? (05/12/10):
Kirsty Thomson, Legal Services Agency (LSA) The voices of the women and girls who have survived gender related violence must be taken into account in Scotland. http://digbig.com/5bdbrn

Safe From Harm? (06/12/10):
Corinne Evans, British Red Cross Once in Scotland women fleeing persecution in their home countries feel they are safe from harm – though often it’s not the case. http://digbig.com/5bdbrm

Believe Her! (07/12/10):
Janine Hunt, Scottish Refugee Council It’s time to break the silence – women seeking asylum must be empowered to tell their stories and need to be believed! http://digbig.com/5bdbrk

End Prostitution Now! (09/12/10):
Ann Hamilton, Glasgow Community and Safety Services Rather than being the oldest profession, prostitution is the oldest oppression. It’s time to end it now. http://digbig.com/5bdbrj

Challenges, Solutions And Future Hopes (08/12/10):
Ilana Bakal, Medical Foundation for the care of Victims of Torture Ilana Bakal, clinician at the Medical Foundation, contemplates obstacles and solutions to ending violence against asylum seeking women. http://digbig.com/5bdbrh

The Postcard Campaign – Govan and Craigton Integration Network (08/12/10):
Angela Gardiner, Govan and Craigton Integration Network GCIN launches their postcard campaign, highlighting experiences of women seeking asylum. http://digbig.com/5bdbrg

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