Evening Standard Magazine 11th December 2009
Cherie's London - a feature in the Evening Standard
Telegraph Online Thursday 3rd December 2009
We want to showcase and prove how much women in business in India are already achieving, and also explore what the barriers are and what we can do about it.
The Guardian Online Monday 26th October
This is not a bra-burning exercise, this is business.... if the fund does well then people will realise that gender diversity is a good thing. The two go hand-in-hand.
Lanesborough Hotel London 13th October 2009
The promotion of women to a rightful place of equality in the labour market is no kind of positive discrimination but a sensible choice, to utilise the skills that women possess is a win-win situation for all concerned.
The Guardian Monday 5th October
The Women of the Future awards pay tribute to Britain's female high achievers. Patron Cherie Blair explains why women-only awards are still relevant - and important - today
The Guardian, Saturday 18 July 2009
The African Union's refusal to help deliver Sudan's president to the International Criminal Court's dock is depressing.
The Times 9th July 2009
We must not allow our focus on the current protests to blind us to the state persecution of Iran’s religious minorities
The Independent Friday 19 June 2009
There is a mountain of evidence that shows companies and countries which are removing barriers to equal opportunity are those performing best
Washington DC March 2009
As a young lawyer nothing shocked me more than what I learnt about the scale and nature of domestic violence, how it crossed all social boundaries and the dreadful impact it had. Cherie Booth QC
It is the prejudice which women face in many parts of the world, their lack of rights and control over their own bodies and lives which helps create the conditions where sex trafficking can flourish.