Jersey has Senator Sir Philip Bailhache whizzing around the world to raise Jersey international profile but he won't be promoting the ratification of human rights treaties here.
Similarly, the unequal representation of women in Jersey's government or the heights of the administration (when did Jersey ever have a woman Bailiff?) is hardly a priority of his Chairmanship of the Electoral Commission.
But what about our other 50 elected representatives?
Today is International Women's Day yet Jersey along with Somalia and Iran is one of very few places that have not ratified the UN Convention for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).
186 countries have already ratified.
This blogspace today is left vacant so that our 51 Elected Reps can explain their views on this extraordinary international and Island neglect and so that they might tell us - the electorate- just what they propose to do about it......