“The Court’s “160 Girls” decision is a glorious achievement - the legal system has worked and the girls know now what justice feels like; this is an invaluable accomplishment.” Mercy Chidi, the Founder and Director of the Brenda Boone Tumaini Girls’ Rescue Centre, Meru, Kenya.
Cherie Blair, CNN, 29 May 2013
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Conor Gearty, Oxford Human Rights Hub, 30 May 2013
What has already happened is serious. The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 severely limits legal aid for judicial review. It has just kicked in.
The Telegraph, 29 May 2013
QCs are concerned about the Ministry of Justice's plans to further restrict legal aid for judicial review
Haaretz, 10 May 2013
By Danna Harman
The Telegraph, 8 May 2013
Read below the open letter from UK lawyers, including Cherie Booth QC, regarding the seven former Baha’i leaders in Iran.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 8 May 2013
Cherie Blair CBE was presented an honorary doctorate by the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev this week. On Tuesday night, she told the audience at the honorary doctorate ceremony on the Marcus Family Campus of the university that the women of Bangladesh are struggling to protect their right to education.
Business Fights Poverty, 6 May 2013
By YangYang Tao, Mentee in the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women’s Mentoring Women in Business Programme, China
Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, 1 May 2013
Written by Karishma Daswani, Mentee with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women