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Laila Alodaat
Human rights lawyer, socialist feminist, works on disarmament. MENA Director at Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Tweets in personal capacity
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Farnush Ghadery Dec 7
Thank you to and Dr Elston for their fascinating presentations about their experiences in feminist activism and scholarship on women’s roles and rights in post-conflict states in front of a full house last night at
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King's Law School Dec 5
On December 6, are hosting Dr Cherilyn Elston and to discuss how women shape transitional justice and peacebuilding in post-conflict states.
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Laila Alodaat Dec 2
I just donated to . Support free knowledge!
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Karl Sharro Dec 1
An organic, leaderless protest movement with no clear ideology has emerged in France. I've been waiting for this since 2011. Let me explain the French Spring to you.
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David Schneider Nov 28
That video of the young refugee being bullied is so shocking. If only there was some way of knowing who radicalised the bullies.
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Laila Alodaat Nov 23
Despite recognising sexual violence as a core component of the conflicts in arrest warrant doesn't include charges for it though him and his men were involved in horrific accounts of gang rapes & sexual enslavement. Women's bodies are not collateral damage
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Yoko Ono Nov 16
Some mean people taunt me for still making songs and albums. Well, I wish them luck. Because one day they may suddenly be in my position where people are saying “Hey, Crawl in a hole and shut up”. I don’t think I will. And I hope you won’t either.
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Rasha Jarhum رشا جرهوم Nov 16
كان لي الفخر ان امثل النساء عضوات شبكة التضامن اللواتي شاركن معي في صياغة البيان لنحرص على تمثيل جميع الأصوات بقدر الإمكان والاستفادة من هذه الفرصة لاعلاء أصواتنا كنساء.
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Laila Alodaat Nov 16
Rasha Jarhum briefing the UN Security Council on the situation in Yemen
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Laila Alodaat Nov 3
Replying to @Fatima_Ahdash
A mix of slimy, boring and bad sense of humour, but I have to say there’s a certain charm in Arabic insults that’s hard to find anywhere else. This is why my husband has now learned -and heavily uses- the magically expressive word “Ghaleeeeeez”
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Together We Build it Oct 30
Looking forward to seeing a change in Palermo conference. Happening now in a workshop by all the talks by the Libyan women attending are directed at Palermo and whether it will be inclusive or miss the full picture.
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Laila Alodaat Oct 28
Your tweet isn’t making much sense. Maybe try again in French? Or Phoenician?
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Laila Alodaat Oct 28
Replying to @caoilfhionnanna
Happy to make you the little hands :)
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Laila Alodaat Oct 28
Maybe. But acknowledging one’s identity and assimilating the occupier are two very different things.
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Laila Alodaat Oct 27
Replying to @THE_47th
Being francophone I s nothing to be proud of
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Laila Alodaat Oct 20
Replying to @sajidjavid
Much easier to make racist statements than to address the root causes of victimisation of girls living in poverty and denied a voice or basic rights under your watch thanks to your party.
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People's Vote UK Oct 19
Tomorrow | 12 Midday | Park Lane, London
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Laila Alodaat Oct 19
Replying to @sajidjavid
But you’re happy to watch the misery that British sex tourists bring to Asian countries every year right? and shall I name their colour?
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Hannah Bond Oct 12
An incredible honour to represent on a panel with these amazing women 's Mandana & 's Randa - inspiring discussing on . We agreed accountability is key. Thank you all, esp the women of
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Laila Alodaat Sep 15
Replying to @Teak50 @KarlreMarks
Nor the tears!
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