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In March 2002 Jagger travelled to Afghanistan with a delegation of fourteen women organised by Global Exchange to support Afghan women’s projects. They divorced when Bianca was ten and Bianca Jagger stayed with her mother who had to take care of three children on a small income. She gave a reading at the start of the memorial service in London's Westminster Cathedral which was timed to coincide with the funeral in Brazil of Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes who was shot eight times on a tube-train after being mistaken for a suicide bomber in London.
Bianca Jagger (born Bianca Pérez-Mora Macias May 2 1945) is a Nicaraguan-born social and human rights advocate and a former actress and model. Over the past thirty years Bianca Jagger has written articles and opinion pieces delivered keynote speeches at conferences and events throughout the world and participated in numerous television and radio debates about numerous issues including genocide the war in Iraq the war in Afghanistan the war on terror war crimes against humanity crimes against future generations the Former Yugoslavia Sri Lanka Central America Iran Iraq India children and women’s rights the rights of indigenous peoples climate change the rainforest renewable energy corporate social responsibility the ensuing erosion of civil liberties and human rights and the death penalty.