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What life is really like under the Taliban: an Afghan woman who escaped tells her story

“What life is like under the Taliban”: an Afghan woman who escaped tells her story to Stylist

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    Human Trafficking Awareness Day: what it’s like to be trafficked at 5 years old

  • Viola Davis beautifully explains why she has bought a former slave plantation
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    Viola Davis beautifully explains why she has bought a former slave plantation

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    Malala Yousafzai just celebrated her graduation in a very relatable way

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Elsewhere: 5 global news bites

Find out the latest on what is going on globally right now.

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Women for Women International offers hope as a lifeline initiative

Meet Stylist’s new official charity partner

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: how to help the British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Tehran.
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How to help Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British woman imprisoned in Iran

Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been held in Iran for over three years. Here’s what Stylist readers can do to support her.

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Iran just let women attend a football game for the first time in years – but don’t celebrate yet

Amnesty International has accused the country of a 'cynical publicity stunt'

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Amal Clooney has stepped up to defend a woman being silenced by her president

Amal Clooney’s latest human rights case will undoubtedly prove critical in the fight against fake news

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Annie Lennox: “Feminism is not a club you join – it’s attitude and value towards the world”

The political activist thinks it's about time we discussed Global Feminism.

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The Julian Assange rape case has been re-opened. This is why we must stop calling him a hero

"Heroes do not always wear capes, but they nearly always have a past free from sexual allegations"

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What’s going on with Northern Ireland’s abortion laws (and how you can help)

Abortion is still illegal in Northern Ireland – but that could change. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Moya Crockett
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This 29-year-old female activist is facing execution in Saudi Arabia

Here’s how to join the UK protest against Saudi Arabia’s treatment of women activists.

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Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 18/5/18

A book dealer explains why she prioritises work by women, Saudi Arabia arrests right-to-drive activists, and more

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Survivors of rape warfare talk about their experiences

“Some of my friends have turned their back on me but I don’t feel any fear in my life any more.”

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Why we must continue to fight for the women of Yarl’s Wood

If we’re serious about celebrating the suffragettes, we must offer support to these women.

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Amnesty wants you to nominate your modern day suffragettes

The charity are celebrating "suffragette spirit"

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Emily Reynolds
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Australians have voted yes to same-sex marriage and they are very, very hyped

If there was ever a country that knows how to celebrate...

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Harriet Little
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Angelina Jolie addresses backlash over film’s “cruel” audition process

She’s been accused of playing “psychological” games on impoverished children

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Katy Perry on reconciling her sexuality with her religious upbringing

“I prayed the gay away at my Jesus camps”

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