A league of extraordinary women
“The cases we resolve act as moral support to other victims of violence. "
Savitribai Phule: The lady who changed the face of women’s rights in India
A crusader for women's empowerment, she broke all stereotypes and spent her life promoting the noble cause of women’s education.
Most revered patriarch - When eleven young women from Bengal took on Gandhi
In confronting the greatest living Indian, in exposing a Mahatma's prejudices, 11 young women displayed an admirable independence of mind.
Pune NGO for women farmers wins UN Equator Prize
SSP’s climate-resilient farming model gives cultivation rights of a small piece of land, which is usually half or one acre, to women from marginal ...
This Village in Rajasthan Plants 111 Trees for Every Girl Child Born. Thanks to One Man’s Vision.
Piplantri villagers in Rajasthan encourage empowerment of women and environment conservation, along with increasing employment opportunities.
Budget beyond gender
Women are not considered farmers despite their active participation in farming in rural India. A gender responsive budget is essential to empower w...
‘We are living through change’: How theatre is empowering women in the Sunderbans
Jana Sanskriti’s intervention has led to greater voice for the wife and effected changes in opinion over what a prototypical ‘good wife’ is.
A Seat at the Table: Women in Manipur Strive for Peace in a Militarized State
Women in Manipur are building peace and advocating to end militarization in a state awash with guns and drugs.
The Sight of a Blind Farmer Gave This Man the Vision to Create a Better Bihar
What do a football programme, a hospital and a vocational training programme have in common? One man’s vision for a better Bihar.