This Tough Girl Tuesday we’re highlighting Human Rights activist and lawyer, Unity Dow. She is Botswana’s first female judge appointed to the High Court. Before Unity’s appointment as a High Court Judge, she was able to win important advances in laws pertaining to child support, rape and married women's property rights. She established a women's centre in her home village and co-founded the Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Project. She is also a member of International Women's Rights Watch, an advocacy organization and became renowned for what is known as the Citizenship Case. Unity is an accomplished novelist with many of her writings centered around her passion of speaking out on human rights and women’s issues.