Baroness Helena Kennedy is one of Britain’s most respected human rights lawyers and in her new book, she turns the spotlight onto the British justice system itself and how it is failing women. From female prisons where 84% of the inmates are held for non-violent offences, to the treatment of rape and domestic abuse cases and the failure to prosecute cases of female genital mutilation, this is a wide-ranging and shocking book, which demands to be read.
Human rights lawyer and author of East West Street, Philippe Sands, will be posing the questions.
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