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In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to the Dr Romina Istratii is UKRI Future Leaders Fellow at the School of History, Religions and Philosophies at SOAS University of London. They chat about Romina's UKRI-funded project “Bridging religious studies, gender & development and public health to address domestic violence: A novel approach for Ethiopia, Eritrea and the UK” as well as migrant women and communities responding to domestic violence and understanding and challenging our cultural biases.
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to Janey Lawry-White, COO of Westminster Theological College. They chat about Janey's faith, gender inequality, and leadership.To learn more about Westminster Theological College and the courses or resources that can be studied, visit: www.wtctheology.org.uk
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to the Naomi Miles, Co-Founder of CEASE, about the objectification of women, sexual exploitation and the work of CEASE in tackling the forces that drive violence against women in our culture.
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to Daisy, a social worker and an adoptee. They speak about Daisy's fight  for justice to convict her birth father of raping her mother when she was thirteen years old and her campaign  for victims conceived in rape, must be recognised as secondary victims to allow them better support from the justice system and assist in further prosecutions. 
Susanna Koh and Henrietta Blythe, CEO of Open Doors. They talk about the day that Susanna's husband, Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted in broad daylight by secret state police in Malaysia, Susanna's fight for justice, and the work which Open Doors does to bring awareness and light to Christians who are persecuted for their faith.
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to Ian Henderson, founder and CEO of Naked Truth. They speak about porn industry, how and why Ian founded Naked Truth and the work they do. 
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to Tchiyiwe Thandiwe Chihana, a creative artist and international development professional with over 22 years’ experience in policy analysis, advocacy, and research. They speak about Universal Basic Income, their shared bond of working internationally and the gender protection gap.
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to the renowned philosopher, sociologist, and theologian Elaine Storkey about her work on the multiple forms of violence that women in different continents face as well as how writing Scars Across Humanity became the catalyst for Press Red.
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to Susanna Koh and Henrietta Blythe, CEO of Open Doors UK & Ireland. They talk about the day that Susanna's husband, Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted in broad daylight by secret state police in Malaysia, Susanna's fight for justice, and the work which Open Doors does to bring awareness and light to Christians who are persecuted for their faith.  
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to Ian Henderson, founder of the Naked Truth Project, about his work tackling pornography. They talk about why Ian set up the project, the accessibility of porn, and the negative impact it has on people and their relationships. 
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to Tchiyiwe Thandiwe Chihana, a creative artist and international development professional with over 22 years' experience in policy analysis, advocacy, and research. They speak about Universal Basic Income, their shared bond of working internationally and the gender protection gap.
In this episode, Rosemary Hack chats to the renowned philosopher, sociologist, and theologian Elaine Storkey about her work on the multiple forms of violence that women in different continents face as well as how writing Scars Across Humanity became the catalyst for Press Red. 
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