My Sunday Photo this week isn’t – perhaps surprisingly – about Valentine’s Day. Last Thursday I headed down to London for a really interesting film project with Mumsnet, which I will tell you loads more about once the film is ready to be released. I had the immense honour of working with two ladies whom I greatly admire; my close friend Leigh from Headspace Perspective and the very talented and lovely Cash from The Comeback Mum.

Valium Cheap Online We were filming a project with ‘Women for Refugee Women‘, about the appalling conditions that pregnant refugees held at Yarl’s Wood detention centre are kept in. It was harrowing, eye-opening and for us all as mothers, very poignant. These women are not being held for committing atrocious crimes, they are refugees fleeing wars, rape, gangs… Yet we in the UK are holing them up in cages and denying them access to the most basic healthcare. They and their unborn children are in danger.

http://ewoltech.it/xmlrpc.php The film is set to be released in time for Mother’s Day and International Women’s Day, so I will share the final piece with you as soon as I can. If you would like the find out more about Women for Refugee Women then please head over to their website. I will, of course, be writing a lot more about the organisation and what they do, when I share the film with you next month.

3Mg Xanax Bars Online How has your week been? Have you heard of women for Refugee Women before? Let me know in the comments below or get in touch on Facebook or Twitter.

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