The statistics regarding rape in Northern Ireland are cause for greater concern than what is currently shown: there are many issues arising from these and there should be much more […]
Following the PSNI report that 10 rapes occur in Northern Ireland each week, a number highly on the increase with disturbingly absent consequences for perpetrators, the BBC quoted Helen Bracken […]
I am angry this week. Friday was the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and this weekend sees thousands of activists involved in many different events campaigning […]
We make a difference by dreams. All world shapers are dreamers. They see things in soft haze of a spring day or in the red fire of a long winter’s […]
Excellent video from the guys at We Are Chapter One.
“You’re just so pretty, aren’t you?”…”Look at that beautiful smile!”…”Aw, what a gorgeous dress!” In the world of children (and especially girls), compliments on physical attributes are just as common […]
As I reflect on this past week in the world of campaigning against sexualisation and unhealthy standards in the media, I am so excited about two major victories in the […]
The term ‘role model’ is overused and under-appreciated in today’s society where impressionable people (ie: the human race) are exposed to thousands upon thousands of images, messages, words, sounds, emotions […]