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Nairobi's 'miniskirt' march exposes sexual violence in Kenya

November 18, 2014 at 3PM EST

The Guardian, November 18, 2014: ‘A woman has the right to dress the way she sees fit,’ protestors proclaim, but many argue that ‘scantily clad’ women only have themselves to blame

Urban women need confidence in police to report abuse, violence-experts

November 18, 2014 at 3PM EST

Thomson Reuters Foundation, November 18, 2014, London: Harassment and violence against women in cities too often go unreported because many women fear reprisals by their attackers or that authorities will not take complaints seriously....

‘I carried his name on my body for nine years’: the tattooed trafficking survivors reclaiming their past

November 18, 2014 at 2PM EST

The Guardian, November 15, 2014: Like many women who have been trafficked, sold and beaten by gangs in the US, Andrea was tattooed with the name of her abuser. But now a groundbreaking grassroots project is helping victims to turn these brands into...