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Bystanders save tourist from well in India after she fell in trying to take a selfie

An Austrian tourist slipped and fell into a well while attempting to take a selfie in the western Indian city of Junagadh, local police said. 50 more words

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Tftd: Bystanders

this morning (wednesday 27th), 7.49-7.52am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by chief rabbi ephraim mirvis

“… The crucial question for each one of us is: Can we find the strength not to be a bystander?“

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HMD: Don't stand by

this morning (sunday 24th), 9.00-9.30am, on bbc radio wales (repeated thursday morning, 5.30am)
holocaust memorial day (presented by roy jenkins) (in the all things considered series) 150 more words

the past should stay there.

Emotional, physical, verbal, sexual – I’ve been a victim of each kind of abuse at different times in my life by men. I can mark almost every year by a horrific situation that I didn’t know how to escape. 398 more words

"I Am With You Always"

This morning’s newspaper included two very different stories that intersected in my mind and spirit. They gave me an insight which may be a comfort to you. 609 more words

Pregnant With Hope

Bystanders hits theatres and Dark Dates 3 gets closer

Well, it’s been a busy year so far in 2015, and I’m looking set to end the year in a high note. After being much delayed (I know, I know, I’m sorry) Dark Dates 3 is now back from all my beta readers and so is on track to be published early 2016. 74 more words

Street harassment is a form of oppression

Street harassment is a human rights issue. It limits victims’ ability to be in public by reducing their confidence, feeling of safely and freedom.

Former executive director of United Nations Women, Michelle Bachelete*, has acknowledged the prevalence and impact of street harassment: 295 more words