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A new law has been passed in Arkansas, USA. The law states that women need to get permission from the(…)
There has been progress when it comes to sex workers and the LGBT community in India. The change in times(…)
Men in South Africa are standing up for the rights of women and children. Hundreds of protesters marched in Pretoria,(…)
Union Women and child development (WCD)minister Maneka Gandhi has reportedly imposed a caveat on Dawoodi Bohra community to voluntarily cease(…)
Pregnancy can be the most tumultuous phase in a working woman’s life. There are a lot of emotional and biological(…)
In Madora village of Uttar Pradesh, cellphones are considered to be devices that lead to erosion of moral and ethical values in women. And so, this village is trying to discourage the use of cellphones among its women by slapping a fine of Rs 21,000 on them if they are seen committing the crime of talking on the cellphone in public.
Sexism at workplace is an age-old concept. But doubting a woman’s professional competence because of her pregnancy is bizarre and(…)
It is no secret that Saudi Arabia has one of the worst human rights records in their treatment of women(…)
Women’s safety, sexuality and liberation were the topics of discourse at a recent event organised by Apne Aap Women Worldwide in Delhi. Reciting their work at this event were Anju Sharma, Ashima Kumari, Ashok Pandey, Ngurang Reena, Sanjay Shepherd, Madhu, Aruna Lakshmi Ramu and Dr Sujata.
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar, the father of the Indian Constitution, studied at the London School of Economics and at Columbia University in(…)
Saudi Arabia appears to be working towards gender equality. The country, which denies women rights, has now launched its first(…)