In ep.3 of ‘The Brown Box’ podcast by Rani Jeyaraj for eShe, journalist Suparna Sharma and activist Kirthi Jayakumar talk about gender equality and the looming threat of sexual harassment at the workplace.
Atikaa Ahluwalia was educated, well-travelled and worked in fashion. She also had to face partner violence. Her credentials only made it harder for her agony to be taken seriously by the powers that be.
The #MeToo movement in India has shifted the blame and shame from victims to the sexual predators, and it’s about time. Here are five things we all – men, women, organizations and societies – can learn from this social-media outpouring.
This is a café that will overwhelm not only your taste buds, but your heart as well. Sheroes Hangout was set up in Agra and later Lucknow with the aim to generate employment acid attack survivors and victims of gender violence.