Chadian lawyer Jacqueline Moudeina tells the story of her campaign for women’s and children’s rights in her country, and how her struggle against successive regimes led to a vicious attack on her life that required more than a year of recovery time. Moudeina argues that the biggest problem in Chad is a culture of impunity, a culture that is “installed and maintained” by the government. The only way to overcome such a culture, she explains, is through perseverance and international cooperation.
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