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Liberté, égalité and the power of the word

The struggle continues at the 15th biennial Women in French UK (WiF) conference, ‘Women and Power in French and Francophone Cultures and Societies’, at Hinsley Hall, Leeds, 17–19 May.  Professor Shirley Jordan provides some background about the  formation of WiF, which grew out of a sense of gender imbalance in the UK higher education sector, and what to expect […]

Rethinking forced migration: gang violence in Latin America

Image: bus burned by gang members in El Salvador. ES James/Shutterstock.com The level of violence in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala in recent years has been second only to Syria – but unlike Syria, they are not countries at war. Criminal violence in the ‘northern triangle’, as this Central American region is called, is having […]