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#AintNoCinderella

Krishnendu Nair is a 20-year-old law student intent on improving the justice-delivery system of the country. She believes that even the smallest unit of a society holds the power to profoundly transform a community. She enjoys spending time with children and getting to know the [...]Read more
 

The Epidemic of Outraged Modesty

Mudita Gupta, born and brought up in Delhi, strongly believes in the idea of spiritual happiness. When not bogged down with academics, she stays engrossed in fiction and music. She heads a college based live project on rural women entrepreneurship, is always keen to attack gender [...]Read more
 

Women’s Sexual Rights in India

Shriya Sharma is a third year law student, brilliant at academics and exceptional at extra curricular. She is a strong supporter of women empowerment. Women’s Sexual Rights in India   Sexuality is a core dimension of being human. For sustainable development, women and [...]Read more
 

Harassment at the Workplace

Naina Jha is the Program and Outreach Officer at Patna. She is a PR professional working with Greymatters Communications. She has worked with hospitals, advertising and PR agencies and has been working with ICWA to educate slum kids since 2005. She has also worked as a freelancer [...]Read more
 

Society, Institutions and Injustice

Pragati Dabas, a 19-year-old sophomore, has a deep inclination towards studying the social and economic issues plaguing our nation and the world. Fascinated by the power of words, she wishes to eradicate the ignorance of people through her passion and love for writing. Besides [...]Read more
 

Gendering Responsibilities

Arshia Taqi is a third year law student at Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai and is also a trained yoga teacher. Gendering Responsibilities It is customary everywhere to classify the human community on the basis of sex into groups of ‘men’ and “women’. The biological fact of [...]Read more
 

Are there any typical sexual offenders?

A Colombian and French national, Jimena Serrano is based in Washington DC where she spends her time creating economic opportunities for women in the energy and agricultural sectors in Latin America for a development bank. Her prior experience includes the construction of indices [...]Read more
 

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