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Ebola in Sierra Leone: ‘I am here to help the sick, to cook and give them strength’

Courage, care, compassion … staff at Panlap community care centre in Sierra Leone’s Bombali district are rallying against Ebola. Photograph: Christine Nesbitt/Unicef  This article was first published in the Guardian Sierra Leone is one of the west African countries worst affected by the most serious outbreak of Ebola ever known.The UN children’s agency, Unicef, is… Read More Ebola in Sierra Leone: ‘I am here to help the sick, to cook and give them strength’

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2014: A year of brave, inspiring, young feminists

From a seven-year-old who took on a supermarket to the girls who stood up to authority against violence, racism and inequality, these girls make the future look bright Malala Yousafzai is the youngest recipient of the Nobel peace prize. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images In a year of incredible achievements for the movement and general feminist… Read More 2014: A year of brave, inspiring, young feminists

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Ways to Improve Access to Justice for the marginalised in Kenya

As the words of our national anthem “justice be our shield and defender”, clearly states, our aspiration as a country, is to make justice accessible to all regardless of color, creed, disability, race, age ,social class or any other stereotype. But for decades justice has eluded the poor man and it could be said to… Read More Ways to Improve Access to Justice for the marginalised in Kenya