Female Report!

A platform for voices supporting women's rights


Welcome to Female Report!

This site has been set up with the specific goal of providing a forum to discuss topical issues around women’s rights.  Female Report! wants to hear everything and anything that advocates of women’s rights would like to report, so please feel free to post, contribute and share so that we can alleviate female suffering and oppression through the exchange of knowledge.


The Female Report! Team


3 comments on “About

  1. Pat Brennan
    September 18, 2013

    I am Patrick,(Pat). I live in North East England. I have five times been to Uganda within the last six years. I am involved in the sponsoring of children/students, as well as some friends/associates who also sponsor through me. I am also involved in other charitable projects in and for Uganda. I am very interested in and very passionate about the “Women’s Movement” and also “Girl-Child” education in Uganda, but also globally. I am the Patron of a women’s group in Uganda.


    • amysoar
      September 18, 2013

      Hi Pat,

      Many thanks for your post. Your experience sounds very interesting and I would love to hear more about the projects you were involved in Uganda and I’m sure the Female Report! readers would too. If you would be interested in writing a short article up to max 800words and send it to amysoar@hotmail.co.uk, we can talk over publishing your experiences on Female Report!.

      I look forward to hearing from you.


  2. Lizzie Jarvis
    November 1, 2013

    I’d like to tell you about Trust Women, which takes place in London this December 3-4, hosted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and the International New York Times.

    Trust Women is more than just a Conference. It is an influential international gathering with one main goal: action.

    Women’s rights campaigners and leaders in the fields of law, finance, business, technology and government will come together to forge strategic commitments to empower women to know and defend their rights.

    On the agenda:

    • Fighting human trafficking
    • Tackling slavery in the supply chain
    • Prosecuting violence against women
    • Access to healthcare
    • Arab Spring’s impact on women
    • Commitments to Action

    … Action. Not Just Words.

    Don’t miss the chance to be part of the solution.

    Visit http://www.trustwomenconf.com for more details and please follow @TrustWomenConf

    Thank you!

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