Natasha Walter is the founder of Women for Refugee Women, @4refugeewomen

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Human Rights
15 May 2013
A hundred years old, the paper feels worn under my fingers but the voice of the elderly New Statesman is still...
Voices
30 January 2013
Today a document was published that contains more misery, line by line, than one can easily comprehend. The report of...
Global Issues
10 March 2011
A few weeks ago, I found myself sitting in a café in Camden Town, lost for words. I was with Saron, a woman who arrived...
UK Politics
04 September 2008
Having worked as a journalist for the past 15 years, I have met quite a few people with heart-rending stories to tell,...
Politics
17 July 2006
I'm sitting in a café in a grimy part of north London, whose exact location I can't tell you, drinking coffee with a...
Human Rights
15 May 2006
Angélique, a tired-eyed woman in her twenties, seems to be exhausted by telling her story. We are sitting in a greasy...
UK Politics
20 May 2002
In the long winter that froze the early months of 1963 - one of the coldest of the 20th century - a few people were...