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The tale of Ruby Raut: Meeting the founder of UK’s first reusable period pants

By France24
20 January 2024   |   10:09 am
Annette Young meets Ruby Raut, the Nepalese teenager who grew up to become the founder of WUKA; the first British company to manufacture reusable period pants. Also a French female MP receives a standing ovation at the nation's parliament as she returns months after she accused a senator of having drugged her with the aim of sexual assault. The man is now facing preliminary charges. Plus how Tunisian women are using platforms such as Facebook and Instagram to promote gender equality.

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