Human Rights

India Has 31% Of The World's Poor Kids

About 31% of the world’s “multidimensionally poor” children live in India, according to a new report by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiativ...

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This Community Fridge Is Helping The Homeless & The Hungry

As the bell chimes loudly at the Shiv Temple in Versova, an elderly woman hobbles towards the temple’s gates, briefly stopping by the flower vendor, who nods at her a...

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Risking Lives Of Mothers & Children': India Condemned For Cuts To Benefits

Campaigners warn of damaging effect of scaling back a maternal payment scheme introduced to stem high death rates among infants and mothers Campaigners have warned that the...

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Decriminalising Sex Work Is At The Frontier Of Workers Rights

It's been called the oldest profession in the world, but despite centuries of labor sex work still gets a bad rap. Whether or not you agree that sex work should or shouldn'...

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The Female Dalit Voice, In Tamil Verse

Naked display of dissent straddles the boundary that separates fear from revolution. For India's Dalits, this proclamation of dissent has assumed many forms, both passive a...

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What's Keeping Indian Women From Working

India has one of the largest populations of working people in the world, but a recent report has found that fewer women are now entering the workforce. Today, just one in f...

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The Sex Slaves Of Al-Shabab

When Salama Ali started investigating the disappearance of two younger brothers last year she made an awful discovery - not only were radicalised young Kenyan men leaving t...

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Meet The Kenyan Scientist Who Overcame Gender Stereotypes To Fight Malaria

Growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, Dr. Faith Osier often dreamed of curing the world of deadly diseases like malaria, an illness spread by mosquitos that kills more than 438,000...

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A Photographer Captures LGBTQ Africans Around The World

For the past three and a half years, queer Nigerian-American photographer Mikael Owunna has traveled around North America documenting communities of LGBTQ African immigrant...

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Why Are Millions Of Indian Women Dropping Out Of Work?

The numbers are stark - for the first time in India's recent history, not only was there a decline in the female labour participation rate, but also a shrinking of the tota...

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August 22 2017

SIXTH SENSE? That’s Childs play.

When we think of human senses we think of eyesight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell....

August 22 2017

Mosquito Maladies

The days when malaria could be called a fatal disease are past now, but we still have...

August 22 2017