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Chally is a student by day, a freelance writer by night, a scary, scary feminist all the time, and a voracious reader whenever she has a spare moment. She also blogs at Zero at the Bone. Full bio here.
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3 Responses

  1. Medea
    Medea April 5, 2011 at 4:00 am |

    Thank you for interviewing Dr. Khachani. She sounds brilliant.

    “The realities, concerns and priorities of women are different in a small village in the Sahel desert or in a suburban neighborhood in Canada and need different responses and different investments, under – of course – the overarching universal human rights’ framework.”

    So perfectly put.

  2. Paraxeni
    Paraxeni April 5, 2011 at 12:59 pm |

    Thank you so much chally. You get the best scoops! Women like Dr Khachani are truly inspirational.

  3. Jo Tamar
    Jo Tamar April 20, 2011 at 9:44 pm |

    Thank you for a fantastic interview, Chally (which I have only just had time to actually read, so sorry for the late comment!).

    This inspired/reminded me to go and re-lend the money I had sitting in Kiva (I lend exclusively to women), and, with the AUD so high and having a little extra at the moment, at another aliquot of $25 :)

    And now I’m going to see what info I can find on how the Girl Effect distributes funds donated through it …

    Yay for investing in women/girls!

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