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Online violence against women is real violence
Shamsad Navia Novelly

The campaign for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence this year encourages citizens to share the actions they are taking to create a world free from violence towards women. But what is being done about the online misogyny and […]

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Policy, Voice, Research, Bangladesh
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Marriage equality in India: still miles to go
Jashodhara Dasgupta (Consultant)

The queer community in India has been continuously fighting for social equality over the last few decades, given the colonial era laws like Section 377 that criminalised same sex relationships and the Criminal Tribes law that outlawed entire transgender community. […]

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Policy, Research, India
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Reversing domestic workers’ rights: Stories of backlash and resilience in Delhi
Shraddha Chigateri, Sudarsana Kundu

A period of crisis and upheaval is causing serious consequences for the rights of domestic workers. Conditions of economic precarity, work, and income insecurity have long characterised their lives. We are witnessing a clear backlash against domestic workers’ rights. Like […]

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Policy, Research, India
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घरेलू कामगारों के प्रत्यावर्ती अधिकार : दिल्ली में प्रतिघात और प्रतिरोध की कहानियाँ
Shraddha Chigateri, Sudarsana Kundu

भारत का वेतनभोगी घरेलू कामगार कार्यक्षेत्र मौजूदा समय में उतार-चड़ाव के दौर से गुजर रहा है, जिससे घरेलू कामगारों के अधिकारों पर दुष्प्रभाव पड़ रहा है। आर्थिक अनिश्चितता, काम और आमदनी का संकट हमेशा से घरेलू कामगारों के जीवन की […]

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Policy, Research, India
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Women domestic workers in India are demanding respect. Here’s Sundari’s story
Chaitali Haldar

Women domestic workers have been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. In India, Countering Backlash partner Gender at Work Consulting – India have been collaborating with domestic workers in Delhi and compiling their stories into a storybook, launching on 24 […]

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Policy, Voice, India
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सुंदरी की कहानी : गाँव में बाढ़ से लेकर शहर के विस्थापन तक संघर्षों से भरी एक शहरी महिला कामगार की ज़िंदगी
Chaitali Haldar

भारतीय घरेलू कामगार न्याय की मांग कर रहे हैं। शहरी महिला कामगार यूनियन (एसएमकेयू) की सह-संस्थापक, अनीता कपूर बताती हैं कि ‘घरेलू कामगारों के लिए यह महत्वपूर्ण है कि वे एक साथ मिलकर उन मुद्दों के बारे में बारे में बात […]

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Policy, Voice, India
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Women domestic workers in India are demanding respect. Here’s Roopali’s story
Chaitali Haldar

Women domestic workers have been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. In India, Countering Backlash partner Gender at Work Consulting – India have been collaborating with domestic workers in Delhi and compiling their stories into a storybook, launching July 2023. […]

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Policy, Voice, India
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रूपाली की कहानी: सम्मान और अधिकार की माँग करती शहरी महिला कामगार
Chaitali Haldar

महिला घरेलू कामगार कोविड-19 महामारी से बुरी तरह प्रभावित हुई हैं। भारत में, काउंटरिंग बैकलैश पार्टनर जेंडर एट वर्क दिल्ली में घरेलू कामगारों के साथ सहयोग कर रहा है और उनकी कहानियों को आगामी स्टोरीबुक में संकलित कर रहा है, […]

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Policy, Voice, India
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Domestic workers in India demand justice
Anita Kapoor (Sahiri Mahila Kaamgar Union)

Domestic workers in India are demanding justice and respect. Anita Kapoor, a founding member of the Shahri Mahila Kaamgar Union (SMKU – an unregistered union working with domestic workers in the Delhi-NCR region), shares the experiences and demands of domestic […]

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Patriarchy, Voice, India
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भारत में घरेलू कामगार न्याय की मांग करते हैं
Anita Kapoor (Sahiri Mahila Kaamgar Union)

समाज और सरकार की उपेक्षा की वजह से हम घरेलू कामगार आज भी हाशिए पर रहने को मजबूर हैं। लेकिन कोरोना और लॉकडाउन हम घरेलू कामगारों के लिए बेबसी भरे एक बेहद चुनौतीपूर्ण समय के रूप में सामने आया। इस […]

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Patriarchy, Voice, India
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5 ways Serbia can #EmbraceEquity
Marijana Stojčić, Nađa Bobičić

Continuous normalisation of gender-based violence in the media in Serbia has led to women from all over the country coming together to fight for gender equality. Additionally, EuroPride, held in Belgrade in September 2022, received severe backlash from right-wing groups […]

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Patriarchy, Voice, Serbia
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Who wins when human rights are set against each other?
Raisa Philip

Activists and development practitioners have historically used human rights to advocate for changes in law and policy to protect the rights of vulnerable communities or groups. More recently, academic research on human rights, and development practitioners have noted how ‘gender-restrictive […]

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Patriarchy, Policy, India