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LOUD WHISPERS: Where Is Your Wrapper?

LOUD WHISPERS: Where Is Your Wrapper?

I was in Uganda a few years ago for one of the programs we used to run at the African Women’s Leadership Institute. One day, there was a report about something that had happened in one of the local markets. One of the women in the market went into labour unexpectedly. It seemed there was […]

The Healing Quality of Healthy Interpersonal Connections

The Healing Quality of Healthy Interpersonal Connections

Recently I was once again reminded of the strength of and need for relationships that hold up and survive the test of time. A good friend, sister and someone I can confidently say I consider my family rolled up into the UK a few weeks ago. We hadn’t seen or spoken to each other in […]

Women Are Their Own Worst Enemy: Ten Ways To Prove This Saying Wrong

Women Are Their Own Worst Enemy: Ten Ways To Prove This Saying Wrong

Last week I was a Guest Speaker at a workshop in Abuja on Women and Youth in Political Participation. During the discussions that followed, there was a consistent reference to the saying ‘Women are their own worst enemies’, echoed by both male and female participants. From my own experience, I can argue both sides of […]