Sydney
18 March 2001

Bishop: bad treatment of outworkers

World unsafe for women

Human cloning condemned

New Bishop of Sandhurst

World Day of Prayer

Catholic Education head defends public schools

Catholic Education head defends public schools

The ongoing terror of being a woman

More silence than ever about female torture

Editorial: St Patrick – the first anti-slavery protester

Letters: Who are sons of the Church?

My captors, my friends: Cardinal Francois Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan

Reflection: Where will charity move now?

Australia’s battlers making ends meet

Obituary: Death of pioneering Grail leader

Work-life – getting the balance right

Under the oak tree: The gentle one

New seminarians for a new millennium

18 Mar 01

World unsafe for women

After more than 2000 years of Christianity it is a saddening that this world is still not safe for women. Amnesty International took advantage of last week’s International Women’s Day 2001 to publicise the plight of a sizable proportion of half the human race in its report, Broken Bodies, Shattered Minds, which exposes the daily torture and ill-treatment of women that occurs worldwide – see our reports on pages 2 and 4, and our editorial on page 8.