CRUNCH TIME AS UK PREPARES FOR HISTORIC VOTE ON A NEW INTERNATIONAL LAW TO PROTECT DOMESTIC WORKERS
The British government must stop dragging its feet and fully support a new international convention to protect domestic workers from abuse and slavery, says a coalition of charities and Trade Unions including Anti-Slavery International and Christian Aid.
Rape: getting the language right
Some media language trivialises IMF chief attempted rape charges
Indian govt to crack down on female foeticide - report
Affluent families in India aborted some 12 million baby girls over last three decades