#GenderAnd: Do state governments fulfill their promise of ex gratia compensation to families of deceased soldiers?
#GenderAnd: Annie Mascarene’s experiences in the politics of her state, and her fight to push Travancore to become a part of Independent India helped shape her views.
#GenderAnd: The law against manual scavenging can be successfully implemented if the State accepts that the practise of manual scavenging exists.
#GenderAnd: Busting the myth that people with disabilities are necessarily non-sexual and challenging the stigma that leads to the assumption that they should be.
#GenderAnd: Inability of boards and broadcasters to recognise the value of a series against the World Cup finalists is a reflection of decades of women’s sport being seen as an unnecessary, even bad investment.
#GenderAnd: Educated brides, immigrant housewives – How the temporary work program shaped the lives of women.
#GenderAnd: The 15 women who drafted the Indian Constitution.
#GenderAnd: “Virginity test is a character certificate of the woman. Even the bride keeps the cloth with her bloodstains as a memento of pride,” says a member of the Kanjarbhat community
#GenderAnd: For centuries, Kerala’s chenda melam has been a male affair. Many women are now coming to the forefront.
Gender budgeting is a way for governments to promote equality through fiscal policy
This data piece hits hardest: Women’s employment has declined over chronological time, and to a much greater extent, in development time. It has dropped from 36.3 per cent in 2005-06 to 24 per cent in 2015-16, a drop of 12.3 per cent.
There’s a new force on Uttar Pradesh’s roads — a troop of women bus conductors, criss-crossing the state as they learn to stare down bullies, deal with harassment and enjoy the drive.
#GenderAnd: Among the architects of the Indian Constitution, 15 women and their unique journey and struggles in Indian politics
#GenderAnd special series on the women who helped draft the Constitution of India and toiled for nation-building.
#GenderAnd: Many of the 15 women who drafted the Indian Constitution did not support reservation for women.