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Cherie Blair Remembers Teachers and Family Support Ahead of Jamie's Dream School Lessons

Liverpool Echo, 26 February 2011

"I know how much I owe to the teachers who inspired me, both at primary and secondary school"

All-star classroom: Jamie Oliver's latest TV show sees high-achieving celebrities become teachers

The Independent, 24 February 2011

Can Simon Callow and Cherie Blair convince teenagers who have failed their GCSEs that school can be cool? Gerard Gilbert meets the tutors with a difference

Cherie Blair on Africa's Legal System

CNN, 22 February 2011

See below for Cherie's interview with Max Foster from CNN, on the Africa Justice Foundation and Africa's legal system.

Read Cherie's Article in The Times on Jamie's Dream School

The Times, 19 February 2011

"One of the students called me posh. I said I’m from a working-class Liverpool family"

View The Times Article: ‘Women are the key to this revolution’

The Times, 16 February 2011

To view an article on The Times Website about the part women are playing in the revolution in the Middle East click the link below:

Government Looks to Real Work in Prison

Steve Gummer, The Howard, Spring 2011 Edition

The government has published a green paper on sentencing reform and rehabilitation that has at its heart proposals on work in prison which has been directly inspired by an initiative from the Howard League for Penal Reform.

Cherie Blair Lends Support to Liverpool Seafarers Centre

Mark Johnson, Crosby Herald, 10 February 2011

"Liverpool Seafarers Centre works on the frontline to give seafarers respite from weeks, even months at sea, away from home and loved ones, and to provide the resources to link families spread across the globe."

To Fight Poverty, Invest in Girls

Time.com, 14 February 2011

In recent years, more development aid than ever before has been directed at women; but that doesn't mean it is reaching the girls who need it.

Cherie's Speech at the Launch of Ronan McCrea’s “Religion and the Public Order of the European Union”

Cherie Blair, 3 February 2011

This book makes a valuable and timely contribution to the debate on one of the most controversial areas of public life.