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PRESS RELEASE – Tragedy Continues For Riot Affected Persons In Muzaffarnagar

Tragedy Continues For Riot Affected Persons In Muzaffarnagar Fact Finding Report 31 December, 2013 A team of independent academics and a journalist carried out an inquiry into the communal violence that shook Muzaffarnagar district in UP this past September. The… Continue Reading →

#India – 3 yrs after riots, Haryana dalits still suffer #WTFnews

The hardships in the appalling relief camps spread across Muzaffarnagar district in western UP for riot victims have left many in utter dismay. Faraway in Haryana’s Hisar district, a relatively similar predicament grips several dozens of riot-hit Dalit families who… Continue Reading →

‘ Violence is a choice a man makes and he is responsible for it” Sir Patrick Stewart #endvaw

TOGETHER, WE WILL FIND THE WAY. BY SIR PATRICK STEWART* Violence against women and girls is at crisis levels, everywhere. So it’s no surprise that one of the Global Fund’s top priorities is zero violence against women and girls. But… Continue Reading →

#India- A report on National minority women’s convention

  By Saiyed Danish, TwoCircles.net, New Delhi: A national minority women’s convention was held in the Constitution Club’s Annexe hall in the national capital which was presided over by various organizations working for democracy and secularism. It was participated by… Continue Reading →

#India – Mirchpur violence a scar on society, says Supreme Court

Express News Service : New Delhi, Fri Oct 18 2013, 01 The Supreme Court Thursday described Haryana‘s 2010 Mirchpur violence against Dalits as a “scar on society” and said that burning a physically challenged girl alive was “unacceptable” from any standard… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra – growing culture of violence, surrounded by a politics of silence #Narendradabholkar

  State of unreason   Rajeshwari Deshpande , IE   The growing culture of violence in Maharashtra is surrounded by a politics of silence.   Whoever may have actually killed him, social activist Narendra Dabholkar’s murder in Pune is an outcome… Continue Reading →

#India – Women beaten up for sharing faith in public #Vaw

New Delhi, July 29, 2013: The women were sharing their faith with shop owners and shoppers at a marketplace. Five women were beaten up at a marketplace in Andhra Pradesh while sharing about their Christian faith in public. The women, who… Continue Reading →

Mazar-e-Sharif Suicides: Poisonous Freedom for Afghan Women #Vaw

By Nicola Abé in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan Women in Mazar-e-Sharif have straddled the worlds between Western freedoms and conservative traditions for a decade. As the Taliban gains strength and the West pulls out, Afghanistan’s most liberal city is being plagued by… Continue Reading →

#India- Dalit boy ,who married a higher caste girl, dead on railway tracks

Dalit boy Ilavarasan found dead on railway tracks agencies E. Ilavarasan, the Dalit boy whose marriage to a Vanniyar girl triggered violence in three villages of Dharmapuri district in November 2012, was found dead along a railway track in Dharmapuri… Continue Reading →

My Nagaland #Mustread

by Vibi Yhokha “The single story creates stereotypes and the problem with stereotypes  is not that they are untrue but that they are incomplete, they make one story become the only story….Stories matter, many stories matter, stories have been used… Continue Reading →

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