After a 4-year old nursery student was sexually assaulted in a local school last October, the Bangalore city police identified a set of new guidelines that city schools must follow to curb sexual violence on school grounds.
At her presentation at TEDx Houses of Parliament, London, Meera Vijayann discussed the difficulties that young women like her face in India in accessing their rights or finding a voice against everyday sexual harassment.
In a compelling, heartfelt piece in First Post, one of India’s most widely read online portals, North-Eastern writer Makepeace Sitlhou
Women’s right to education is still negotiated, restricted and fully controlled by men in some parts of today’s world During
“I left my job because my boss was harassing me,” a friend of mine once told me, “I couldn’t take
As the world welcomes 2014, there is something in the air in India; a sense of despair as a nation
Claiming women’s political participation in the future was at risk, female political leaders and former MPAs say society has yet