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Justice for Women Amidst COVID-19

A new report documents major challenges to women’s access to justice in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and puts forth recommendations...

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Jaago Re for Gender Change

Tata Tea's latest advertising campaign shows the inequality we learn in our daily lives, and calls for a change.

The series of videos, part of the Jaago Re...

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Declare Instant Triple Talaq Invalid

Social boycotts and no-triple-talaq conditions in prenuptial contracts will not bring gender justice Ever since the Attorney General told the Supreme Court that the governm...

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Dr Noorjehan Safia Niaz – Leading Muslim Women In India To The Heart Of The Discourse On Triple Talak

As the bridge between creative communities and the priorities of our times, Asian Center for Entertainment Education (ACEE) Read More

Situating Law In The Land

Instead of a blanket ban, the Supreme Court can delegitimise polygyny in India for not being in consonance with the Koranic procedure, just as it invalidated instant triple...

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This Year, Carnival To Ensure Gender Justice

KOCHI: Over the past 32 years, Cochin Carnival has become one of the most important events in Fort Kochi’s festival calendar. But it has long been considered male dom...

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How Crowdfunding Helped 3 Rural Mothers Turn Their Lives Around

These are the stories of three inspiring rural Indian mothers, and how they conquered difficulties to set a precedent for progress in their communities. Shobha, Manguben, a...

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Women’s Day– Three Key Words For The Year

By Augustine Veliath

On this International Women’s Day I have a sense of accomplishment.

I was part of an event Elevate 2015 in Mum...

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National Institute of Gender Justice honours Rani

Actress Rani Mukerji was on Tuesday felicitated in New Delhi by Sreerupa Mitra Chaudhury who is the chairperson for the National Institute of Gender Justice. The past award...

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Empowering India?s Women Through Community groups

When 60 women in Edamalakudi in India’s southern state of Kerala recently carried about 100 solar panels on their heads across 18km (11 miles) of hill, forest and wil...

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