Guest blog: Women Saying No (Indyref Thursday #8)
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This week's final indyref Thursday is a double page special from two former politicians who have been out on the
#Engender25 - the real struggle
Engender is working with the University of Stirling to host student Karen Watson who will be exploring Engender's archives as we celebrate our 25th Anniversary. In
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To find out more about women in the criminal justice system in Scotland, check out this blog from Emma Trottier, and this report from the Prison Reform Trust.
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GUEST POST: The Unwelcome Feminist
Fai Yousaf regularly blogs over at Life of Fai and here she writes for On the Engender about her views on feminism and the hijab. You can follow Fai on Twitter at
GUEST POST: On Faith and Feminism
Rose Richmond is a 21 year old graduate from Stirling University. She blogs here about finding her faith, the misconceptions facing Muslim women.
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information on how you can blog for us. Guest Blog: Intersectionality
In this week's guest blog post Richa Okhandiar writes about her experience of intersectionality in Scotland.
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