Danuta Radzik: A dislike for injustice

A dislike for injustice is what led to Danuta Radzik becoming a women’s activist, and after more than 30 years in the field she cannot turn a blind eye to people abusing power especially in relation to persons who are vulnerable.

“As a woman I just felt the need that there was and is so much work to be done to improve the status of women in all areas [because if] women are empowered they can be the best they are, that there are opportunities for them and that they be free of violence, discrimination and intimidation…” Radzik said in a recent interview with the Sunday Stabroek.

In the interview Radzik spoke about her years in politics, where she sees Guyana politics today and more particularly about women and children’s issues. For the majority of women in Guyana gender equality, access to jobs, services and justice, according to Radzik,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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