Catriona Robertson

journeys at home and abroad

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Women

Here’s a film from the Christian Muslim Forum.  I make a brief appearance, in the company of some remarkable women. I keep a rough tally (on twitter) of the male-female … Continue reading

7 December 2013

WOW! Women of the world

Three days of bliss – a women’s arts & changing the world conference at London’s South Bank Centre 11th-13th March.  It isn’t women-only, it’s broad and busy – worldly in … Continue reading

23 February 2011

European network of intercultural groups?

Just back in London from an *intensive* day in Brussels with a bunch of remarkable people. Four of us from the UK met up with eight more from a variety … Continue reading

17 January 2011 · 4 Comments

Civil society in Hungary, headscarf bans in Europe

This place wasn’t just a hotel, it was a palace hotel (& during the Belle Époque, not Edwardian era – I’m learning).  We all take turns with cooking and cleaning … Continue reading

5 July 2010 · 6 Comments

Life-giving theatre in Bosnia & London

Stef O’ Driscoll (award-winning theatre director) and Mark Griffin (St Mary’s University College, London), friends I’ve made through my thespian daughter, are off to Sarajevo on Friday.  They want to … Continue reading

11 February 2010

Zajedno u Bosni & European Women of Faith Network

SANA’s Paul Johns has been pulling together the report on our visit to Bosnia last month – heard from him yesterday, as well as from Anjum at Blackburn Cathedral which … Continue reading

30 November 2009

Women’s solidarity

A month ago, there was an unpleasant incident in Tuzla when a Christian nun was verbally attacked in public by Muslims.  The Federation of Women (a Muslim women’s group which … Continue reading

7 October 2009 · 1 Comment