Human Rights

WW II – Woman’s War II As we approach the full moon in October 2014 and I reflect on all that’s happened in the past month, I’m further intrigued by the message from the ‘Woman with the Staff’, referred to in my last post, A Woman’s War. I’ve been acutely aware of the inspiration and […]

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Aye, it’s been a funny old year; every month bringing something new and exciting – but a quicker one to pass, I’ve never known. The beginning of the year  saw me slip into the community side of things – Chairing the Community Council and working with the women of my own town; applying all that […]

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… It’s the only thing that there’s much too little of. In a world that’s fast and furious most of us don’t have time or patience for others, or their problems. We’re too busy working to survive, worrying about our own shit yet some still do what they can to help others… but we’re losing […]

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I could go on at length about society’s ills but in this post I’m going to overlook those and focus on rituals and ceremony – or rather, the lack of them. Every year for as long as I can remember I’ve taken part in at least one ceremony;  these range from firewalking, sweatlodges  and kriya […]

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The Human Rights Tour 2011: 16 Rights – 16 Weeks  – 16 Cities. Bringing Rights to life; Glasgow with around 80 people in attendance from very wide and varied backgrounds on a day where we all made a choice – to attend the day’s conference or to go onto the streets in solidarity with around […]

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