Gender

The Breadwinner': Best Animated Feature of 2017

From executive producer, Angelina Jolie and the creators of the Academy Award-nominated The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea, comes the highly-anticipated new feature ba...

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The Divine and Strangely Beautiful Marchesa Luisa Casati

Luisa Casati, was an Italian heiress, muse, and patroness of the arts in early 20th-century Europe. In the early 20th century, Casati became famous all over Euro...

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#MeToo & #BalanceTonPorc - Women’s Global Fight against Harassment goes Online

 

The recent allegations against film mogul Harvey Weinstein have sparked a global conversation about the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace. Women, n...

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Can Men be Allies among the many ‘Harvey Weinsteins’ in the Industry?

Anthony Bourdain is known as the strutting chef who kicked a drug habit, wrote a best-selling confessional Kitchen Confidential, and became an internationally recognized te...

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Nepal sets example on acceptance of Gender Diversity. Will India follow?

Nepal sets example on acceptance of Gender Diversity. Will India follow?A 40-year-old has made history, becoming Nepal's first transgender person to be issued with a marria...

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Dalit women in Rajasthan tortured, beaten and killed after being branded ‘Witches’

A sting operation was carried out in September by Ms. Ahluwalia, chairperson of Baal Evum Mahila Chetana Samiti, along with two women volunteers and a team of jour...

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Meet the ultimate Afro-Puerto-Rican Superwoman - La Borinquena!

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez is a writer at Marvel Entertainment. His character La Borinqueña, named after the island nation’s anthem has grown into a cultural ph...

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Learning From Grandmama To Defend Yourself?

Kenya Grandmoms Fight Back Against the Rapists- Literally!

The grandmoms of Kenya are not going to let the rapists dominate over them and therefore have resorted to...

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Writers of Colour

Women, as a collective, have always faced discrimination through the ages, and women of colour even more so as their stories get subsumed within the larger narratives of wh...

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Laughter in Lahore

Despite its image as a repressed nation torn by turmoil, Pakistan's alternative art movement is slowly making heads turn. Auratnaak, an all-women group of comedy a...

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Labour Laws for Children

Human Rights Watch published a dispatch last Wednesday, reporting the establishing of...

November 24 2017

First look poster of film ‘Evening Shadows’ unveiled at Film Bazaar, Goa

The first look poster of Sridhar Rangayan’s feature film ‘Evening Shadows...

November 23 2017

The Right to Film

Place: Rainbow Children’s Home...

November 23 2017