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Laila Alodaat
human rights lawyer and feminist activist from Syria. MENA Director at The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Tweets in personal capacity
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Laila Alodaat retweeted
Zarina Khan 21h
Listening to at the APPG Yemen event on women in Yemen war: it's not only women's role to advise, they need and have a right to have an equal part and voice in the decision making.
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GAPS: NoWomenNoPeace 21h
5 points from at APPG & : 1. conflict exacerbates inequalities; 2. impact of on women; 3. women’s reduced mobility; 4. arms proliferation & link btwn & ; 5. women’s meaningful participation
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Peter Wilson Jun 26
After well over two hours of Russian, Syrian and Iranian filibustering we finally voted on the agenda of These delegations are determined to prevent anyone else speaking For the agenda: 98 Against: 9 Overwhelming majority vote to get on with it
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Mais Atassi Jun 28
"Open the Borders" is trending in in response to 50k people fleeing the bombardment on Daraa. "We'll share our bread with them".
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Laila Alodaat Jun 25
Replying to @Tammamo
How is a Lebanese male security officer subjected to racist treatment on daily basis?
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Laila Alodaat Jun 21
thank you for the sharp and beautifully articulated contribution at
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Laila Alodaat Jun 19
of presented a compelling summary of GAPS new paper ": challenging approaches to Preventing & Countering from a perspective" at GAPS/LSE WPS Center Roundtable on CVE
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WILPF Jun 10
تعرفوا عن شركاء مشروع "حراك نسوي من أجل التغيير في سوريا" وعن عملهم الملهم عبر الرابط هنا
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WILPF Jun 10
Read about the inspiring work of our 19 partners within the ‘Feminist Movement for Change in Syria’ initiative. Follow the link to our website for the partners’ brief.
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Laila Alodaat Jun 10
Replying to @Lea_Stelzhaupt
And if it is a biological need to take up half the seat next to you (I truly don’t think so). It’s interesting how women spend centuries challenging laws and practices, many of them dying along the way, for their biological needs to be accommodated, while men just spread!
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Laila Alodaat Jun 10
Replying to @Lea_Stelzhaupt
Mainly entitlement and rudeness I’d say.
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Laila Alodaat Jun 10
Those feminazis, first they vote and now want a seat in the bus!
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WILPF Jun 5
WILPF has launched a one of a kind pilot project, “Feminist Movement for Change in Syria”, designed to support and empower Syrian organisations with values and agendas to work towards their visions through core funding and technical support.
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Ahdaf Soueif Jun 2
"Chant! Shout! March to the beat! We won't be ruled from H Street!"
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Laila Alodaat May 31
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Laila Alodaat May 28
Replying to @Tammamo
😂
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GAPS: NoWomenNoPeace May 24
Today’s at GAPS is being run by me , supporter of , & ! I’m a year 10 student, doing a work placement with the amazing & this week, so look forward to the tweets I have lined up!
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UN Syria Commission May 23
A Commentary by Christine Chinkin () and Madeleine Rees (), on the Conference Room Paper,“I lost my dignity”: Sexual and gender-based violence in the -n Arab Republic:
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Laila Alodaat May 20
Replying to @BethanCansfield
We loved him... did you catch the names of the 2 comedians who performed at the beginning?
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