Women, global norms and local rights
How do mammoth gender equality conventions in places far away help the lives of women in Gudiyattam or Hubli?
06 Mar 2020
When feminism meets foreign policy
When a developing country adopts a feminist foreign policy, it suggests conviction that these values are worth any risks or isolation that might follow
06 Feb 2020
The duty to protect each other
In multi-nation states like India, to align citizenship along cultural or community markers is to exclude
30 Dec 2019
Women, peace and democracy
19 years after UN Resolution 1325, the gender discourse is reaching beyond traditional conflicts to embrace militarisation & communal hostilities.
02 Nov 2019
The gender politics of nuke options
Feminists are accustomed to reading and challenging the violence of power politics and discussions of nuclear policy are exactly that
09 Aug 2019
No women, no peace, no democracy
Afghan women are now fighting for their place on the peace talks table. We have to support them in their newest battle
21 Jun 2019
Healing the wounds of war rape survivors
The right-to-life arguments of the US are resulting in policies that make life impossible for thousands of women around the world
03 May 2019
The trauma of forced displacement
A recent apex court order would lead to the displacement of millions, mostly adivasis, from their traditional forest homes.
25 Feb 2019
Gender violence your problem too
Since early October, India’s attention has been focused on a snowballing sequence of revelations of workplace sexual harassment.
22 Nov 2018
Women in war and peace
The UN Resolution which says women should take part in conflict resolution and peace processes is relevant even in other situations
18 Nov 2017
Women and their right to lead
Women politicians are stigmatised and attacked in ways that men do not face. How long are we going to ignore it?
30 Nov 2016
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