Jo Wilding sets out seven ways to help stop the violence in Iraq.
epidemic of attacks on Iraqi women
Has the occupation of Iraq at least made things better for women? Jo Wilding reports.
Jo Wilding is an activist, writer, trainee lawyer and clown who spent eight months in Iraq before, during and after the 2003 invasion.
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