69 cases have been registered under ‘Protection Of Women From Domestic Violence.’ as of 1 April. 16 cases of police apathy against women have also come to light, while 20 cases haven’t been categorized yet
The country has witnessed a 36% increase in the number of reported domestic abuse cases in Paris and a 32% rise in the rest of the country, the Time reported.
Due to the rightful call for social distancing, a lot of social service programs have come to a near halt, thus causing many concerning issues.
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Directed by Anubhav Sinha, Thappad isn’t just a film about domestic violence. It is about everyday male entitlement, that reduces the worth of women in the eyes of their husbands, often to an extent that they end up thinking that they can get away with hitting their wife.
At the end of the film, there is not just Amrita who has re-negotiated the dynamics of her relationships and reclaimed her life but we have a bunch of other women cutting across class, age and social and financial positions who have done so in their own ways.
What is forcing so many homemakers in India to take such an extreme step? What is keeping them from taking help? Clinical psychologist Dr Prerna Kohli answers these questions and many more.
Former Indian women hockey captain, Waikhom Suraj Lata Devi filed a domestic violence complaint with the police on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.
Talking about divorce and domestic violence has been life-changing for me in terms of self healing and also helping other women in their respective healing journeys.
As much as men need to acknowledge this male privilege and stop abusing it, it is high time that we as a society stop and introspect who do men reach out to for help if and when they need it?
Many people on social media have hailed Thappad’s trailer as an antidote to last year’s infamous film Kabir Singh.
Research shows that 57 percent of boys and 53 percent of girls aged 15-19 believe that wife-beating is acceptable. One can only imagine how widespread this is in homes, that children find wife-beating acceptable and even regular.