Mumbai India - Dec 2009
The Mission of the Cherie Blair Foundation is to strengthen the capacity of women entrepreneurs in countries where they lack equal opportunities so they can grow their buinesses and become greater contributors to their economies
The goal of Chere's Foundation is to encourage and support women entrepreneurs in countries where they lack equal opportunities.
17 November 2009
Each extraordinary piece of theatre created at Chickenshed presents the same message: that anyone can thrive in an environment where everyone is welcome.
Delhi, October 2009
As President of the Loomba Trust, Cherie has endeavoured for many years to improve the plight of widows and their children.
Despite the fact that Women make up 59% of the two million strong workforce in the Hospitality Leisure Travel and Tourism sector, they are chronically under represented both in positions of senior management and in the board room.
I believe the Sir John Cass School of Education will be a catalyst for major change in the education landscape across London.
As an active and passionate advocate of a woman's right to education across the globe, Cherie was fascinated to hear the story of two Maasai girls who had been involved in publishing a very special book.
PLAN's latest report outlines not only the immediate impact of the global recession on young women but also the longer term impact of failing to invest in young girls.
Cherie recently undertook a trip to South Africa where the World Cup 2010 is due to be held, in order to highlight the problems of trafficking for sex and of how to raise respect for women
Cherie's Biography Speaking for Myself has now been published in Chinese.
May 2009 - Manchester
'We all gain if we can raise the barriers that still stop women from advancing'.
April 2009 Doha Qatar
Championing the Rights of People with Disablities Across the World
Remembering those who died and trying to help those left behind
"The concept of turning widows into entrepreneurs so they can both feed and educate their children has already been shown to work in Kenya," Cherie Blair
March 12th 2009
The prejudice which women face in many parts of the world, their lack of rights and control over their own lives helps create the conditions where trafficking can flourish. Cherie Blair
March 8th 2009
Society works better when women and men, with their complementary skills, come together from a position of equality. So that there's equal respect. Cherie Blair
Channel 4 - January - March 2009
A committed Catholic, Cherie investigates Christianity over the last 100 years and explores its future prospects.
For Cherie Blair the secret to improving our homes and by extension the world starts with a simple yet vital move - educating girls. Quote from the Hindustan Times