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What’s the situation of women’s and girl’s rights in your country? Gang rape, child marriage, witch hunts, domestic violence, gender bias, glass ceiling, pay gap, discrimination…
Date28.07.2016 | 15:39
TagsChild marriage, domestic violence, gang rape, gender bias, glass-ceiling, pay gap, witch hunts, women's rights
I know, you’ve read enough already! You probably shook your head when you saw the headline. Another rape? God, what is this country coming to? Why don’t they do something about it? The shock turns into anger and then the anger fades into resignation.
Date28.05.2016 | 13:37
Tags#justiceforjisha, gang rape, Jisha, Jyoti, mass rape, Nirbhaya, Roma Rajpal Weiß, Violence against women, women's rights
The narrative of sex in India tends to have got stuck on the issues of violence, rape and harassment. This is not surprising considering that India is a country in which a majority of the women face sexual violence on a daily basis.
Date24.03.2016 | 15:03
TagsAgents of Ishq, Elsa Mathews, gang rape, mass rape, mumbai, Parodevi Pictures, Paromita Vohra, rape, sex assault, sex education, taboo, violence, women's rights
What can be done to protect women against sexual assaults? In India the state of Haryana has launched an all-female police unit. Read the news here, and other news about women.
Date24.11.2015 | 15:50
TagsAngela Merkel, Anne Frank, Boko Haram, Chibok, female viagra, gang rape, German chancellor, haryana, India, menopause, rape, Victoria's Secret, Violence against women, women's rights
The Indian Cinema, or Bollywood as most commonly referred to, is gaining popularity worldwide. Bollywood films are watched in almost every country and its silver screen actors have become brand ambassadors the world over; several of them are making their way to Hollywood now. Bollywood music and dances have entertained audiences and catchy songs called ‘item numbers’ have been a part of their movies.
Date07.11.2015 | 14:09
Tags#sexualviolence, Arundhati Roy, Ayesha Khan, Bollywood movies, Deepika Padukone, Fevicol Se, gang rape, Hollywood, India, India's Daughter, item numbers, Kareena Kapoor, Leslee Udwin, Lovel, New Delhi, pornography, rape, vulgarity, vulgarity on screen, women's rights activist, womensrights