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Brave, mad world of an old feminist causes a stir

The Daily Telegraph, 28 June 2012

Former British first lady Cherie Blair has been widely described as "brave" in recent days. And not in a good way.

Cherie Blair didn't ask for a Mommy War

Fortune, 21 June 2012

Sandberg and Blair aren't slamming stay-at-home mothers - they're looking for viable options for those mothers who want to pursue their careers.

The Independent article on Cherie's speech at FORTUNE Most Powerful Women event

The Independent, 20 June 2012

“What is important is that women have a choice. We need to devise business strategies and societies that allow women to make choices that aren’t all-or-nothing choices."

Mary Ann Sieghart: Women still can't have it all - but perhaps their daughters can

The Independent, 25 June 2012

The 20th-century model designed for men with wives at home isn't suited to the 21st century

Cherie Blair herds goats for Widows' Day

The Independent, 24 June 2012

A Slice Of Britain: Celebrities were meant to be up front, but it's a six-year-old Toggenburg called Dotty who leads the way

Cherie Blair herds goats across London Bridge

The Telegraph, 24 June 2012

Cherie Blair has taken advantage of a medieval rule giving her the right to herd livestock across London Bridge.

Cherie Blair herds goats to highlight Widows' Day

BBC News, 23 June 2012

Cherie Blair has marked International Widows' Day by driving a herd of goats across London Bridge.

Mentoring Programme Officer with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women

Charity Job, 6 June 2012

The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women invests in women entrepreneurs so they can build and expand their businesses, and in doing so, benefit not only themselves but also their families and communities.

A Cellphone for Every Woman

James D. Wolfensohn, The New York Times, 15 June 2012

Start by giving every woman a cellphone.

First lady to goat herd

The Times of India, 16 June 2012

In what promises to be a trafficstopping act, Cherie Blair, wife of the former British PM Tony Blair, will herd goats across the London Bridge next Saturday. In an interview with TOI-Crest, she says she wants to draw attention to the plight of widows across the world, and especially in India.

Africa: Clinton Applauds AGOA At 11th Forum Kick-Off, 14 June 2012

Africa is one of the fastest growing regions on the globe, home to six of the world's 10 fastest growing economies.

Cherie Blair opens new women's centres in Middlesbrough

BBC News, 14 June 2012

Homeless women and victims of domestic violence can find support at two new centres in Middlesbrough.

Canada best G20 country to be a woman, India worst

Thomson Reuters Foundation, 13 June 2012

After Canada, Germany, Britain, Australia and France rounded out the top five in the perceptions poll.

Barrister Cherie Blair and Ambassador Matthew Gould speak at ICFR Young Diplomats event

World Jewish Congress, 11 June 2012

A spirited discussion ensued, with many of the Israeli and European participants (including Celia Gould, the ambassador's wife) sharing their own experiences.

No, Cherie, women are not too nice to ask for a pay rise. We are too preoccupied with our homelife

The Telegraph, 5 June 2012

It's not that women are too nice to ask their boss for more money; it's that most women have other (and I would argue better) priorities.

Women "too nice" to ask for a pay rise, says Cherie Blair

The Telegraph, 5 June 2012

Women are paid less than men because they are “too nice” to ask for a rise, Cherie Blair has said.