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Chris Crowstaff

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1869 – John Stuart Mill was the first person in Parliament to call for women’s right to vote. This was followed by many years of women's campaigning. 19th March, 1911 – The first International Women’s Day. 8th March, 2011 - Centenary of International Women's Day. The global average of women in parliament is 19%. Only 1 in 13 participants in peace negotiations since 1992 has been a woman. Women have served as only 6% of negotiators to formalized peace talks and have never been appointed as chief mediators in UN talks...

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2011 represents 100 years of the women’s movement, with major achievements and progress, since the very first International Women's Day in March 1911. But there is still a long way to go!

 

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Scientists say that too much testosterone leads to too much aggression and reckless decision-making and suggest the stock-market crash may have been due to too much testosterone.

Children of Kaabong

My first impressions were of a dry semi arid desert with little or no vegetation as far as the eye could see. The Ugandan army were ever-present, in an effort to protect the warring tribes from each other...