Express Audio, in collaboration with UN Women, brings you Hear Me Too, a podcast that explores the extent of violence against women in India, urban and rural, and attempts to understand the second and third level effects it has on our society and economy.
In the final episode of Hear Me Too, we take a look at what happens to women who are trapped in conflict. Conflict itself is more than just people with weapons fighting each other, and women are the worst affected by all forms of conflict. This is not to say men do not suffer, but the vulnerability of women underscores their experience. We hear from Nishtha Satyam, the deputy representative of UN Women, Meera Khanna, writer and activist, and Aruna Chandrasekhar, independent researcher and journalist, and try to find a better understanding of conflict and what it does to women.
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