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Pink Saris: Documentary Film Review

Pink Saris is a documentary film about the extraordinary and outspoken activist Samoat Pal who founded the gulabis, otherwise known as the pink gang. Dedicating her life to fighting social injustice, and helping young lower caste women in rural India, accompanied by her accordingly attired followers, Pal confronts communities, facing up to people who have abused women and valued their lives as worthless, posing questions on subjects that are either avoided or routinely ignored.
Posted: October 5, 2011
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The Legal Regulation of Prostitution in Scotland

Philippa Greer outlines how an outdated and simplistic legal approach to prostitution ignores the women involved and the current political conceptualisation of prostitution as ‘violence against women’.
Posted: September 29, 2011
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Feel like you’re living in a war zone?

Strictly Come Dancing Judge,  Alesha Dixon backed a Scottish Government funded national campaign to encourage teenagers to open up about domestic abuse.
Posted: April 5, 2011
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