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#India – The National Policy for Children, 2012

Pib press Release The Union Cabinet today gave its approval to the National Policy for Children, 2012. The Policy reaffirms the government`s commitment to the realisation of the rights of all children in the country. It recognizes every person below… Continue Reading →

#India- Acid Is Not the Answer to Anything #Vaw #acidattacks

    S. Senthair EPW The deaths of two young women in Tamil Nadu in February following acid attacks on them once again draw attention to the urgent need for measures to prevent this heinous crime and the need for… Continue Reading →

PRESS RELEASE-Women from India Demand for End to Gender Violence as the 57th Session Starts of UN Commission on Status of Women #womensday

  For immediate release     7 March 2013, 1 pm to 3 pm at Geneva Conference Room, Bahai United Nations Office,866 UN Plaza,Suite 120,New York NY 10017 & 12 March 2013, 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm at Conference Room,… Continue Reading →

#India -Chronology of Legislative adoption of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Bill, 2012 #Vaw

26TH FEB 2013       RAJYA SABHA (Bill — Passed)     Shrimati Krishna Tirath, Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Women and Child Development, moved motion for consideration of the Bill.   The following Members took part… Continue Reading →

India -Paying wife for domestic work ? A salary plan that changes nothing

  MAYA JOHN, The Hindu Instead of asking a man to pay his wife for her domestic work, the state must create jobs for women outside the home in order to truly empower them Recently during a press conference called… Continue Reading →

India & the sex selection conundrum

Published: Hindu, January 24, 2012 Farah Naqvi, A. K. Shiva Kumar Let us agree to go beyond billboard exhortations to ‘love the girl child.’ What was our immediate response to further decline in the child sex ratio in India? Within… Continue Reading →

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