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RAS News

The RAS News blog features news on our latest activities and selected content from African Arguments Online

Toyin Dada, Director, AFFORD Business Centre
Tuesday, 26 March 2013
Written by Toyin Dada
  To mark International Women’s Day 2013, we asked for a contribution from a number of women from a variety of professional backgrounds, of both African and Non-African descent, but all engaged with the progress of women on the continent around the world. We asked them a series of questions including what more needs to be done to address the challenges facing African women in the 21st... more
Sara Blecher, Film-maker, Otelo Burning
Sunday, 24 March 2013
Written by Sara Blecher
  "Rebuilding Family structures is crucial to empowering South Africa's women"   To mark International Women’s Month 2013, we invited contributions from a number of influential women from a variety of professional backgrounds, of both African and Non-African descent, and all engaged with the progress of women from the continent around the world. We... more
Susana Edjang, Global Health Consultant and RAS Council Member
Thursday, 21 March 2013
Written by Susana Edjang
"Women in positions of power in Africa need to do more" To mark International Women’s Month 2013, we invited contributions from a number of influential women from a variety of professional backgrounds, of both African and Non-African descent, and all engaged with the progress of women from the continent around the world. We asked them a series of questions including what... more
Elizabeth Dudley, Trustee, Britain-Nigeria Education Trust
Monday, 18 March 2013
Written by Elizabeth Oritsejolomi Dudley
  "Universal Education is crucial to the emancipation of Africa's women"   To mark International Women’s Month 2013, we invited contributions from a number of influential women from a variety of professional backgrounds, of both African and Non-African descent, and all engaged with the progress of women from the continent around the world. We asked them... more
Seynabou Tall
Thursday, 7 March 2013
Written by Seynabou Tall
  To mark International Women’s Month 2013, we invited contributions from a number of influential women from a variety of professional backgrounds, of both African and Non-African descent, and all engaged with the progress of women from the continent around the world. We asked them a series of questions including what more needs to be done to address the challenges facing African... more

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