Posted in Violence Against Women and Girls

Kyrgyzstan is a Muslim country – what do you think life is like for women?

Read this blog by Josefin Åström.

For the 16 Days Against Gender-Based Violence, I invited Josefin Åström of the Central Asia Solidarity Group to profile 16 young women she met while exploring Osh. Here are their stories.

via 16 Young Women, 16 Days Against Gender-Based Violence — Monday Bazaar: A Travel and Peace Corps Kyrgyzstan Blog

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I am a writer and activist in the campaign to end violence against women and girls, often referred to as Gender Based Violence, or GBV. My book WITNESS was published in November 2016 and is available from www.amazon.co.uk, www.amazon.com, www.authorhouse.co.uk, www.authorhouse.com and all good bookshops. WITNESS tells Sarah's account of domestic violence together with the accounts and reactions of family, friends and professionals involved with her and her children. Extracts from WITNESS are published here. I live in a coastal village in the east of Scotland where I enjoy my glorious surroundings regardless of weather - Scotland is famous for having four seasons in one day! I love exploring ideas and beliefs, singing, reading and family & friends gatherings.

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