Feminism’s calm champion

From time to time in this blog I hope to celebrate some of the most impressive women and men of contemporary politics.

Below,  a profile of one such woman that appeared in this week’s Guardian.

Katherine Rake: Feminism’s calm champion

Katherine Rake has led The Fawcett Society, the UK’s leading campaign for human rights, for seven years. On the day she bows out, she tells Kira Cochrane about being vilified as ‘worse than Hitler’, the postcode lottery for rape victims – and why she never gets angry.

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