On Air Now
Heart's Feel Good Weekend with Emma Bunton 7pm - 10pm
A Devon mum says women's rights protests in India are giving her hope that there will eventually be justice for her murdered daughter.
Scarlett Keeling was raped and murdered on a beach in Goa when she was just 15 years old.
She'd been holiday with her mother Fiona MacKeowan and her brothers and sisters.
That was five years ago. No one has been convicted of the crime, although two men, who Fiona believes are not the culprits, have been charged.
Fiona says she's up against corruption and an unfair attitude towards women which rates them as less important than men.
But since the rape and death of a 23 year old medical student in Dehli loud protests in favour of women's rights have been heard throughout the country.
And Fiona hopes it'll help her case.
She's been talking to our reporter Wendy Buckingham CLICK HERE
Fiona is writing to the new chief Minister of Justice in the hope of getting Scarlett's case re-opened and re-investigated.