Doctors Without Borders introduces creative mental health support to women in Kamrangirchar slums
Recognising internalised misogyny at work, and how to counter
Ladies, if you live in Bangladesh and you’ve been in public, you know what it’s like to be whistled,...
Tailored services for women through Nibedita
Breaking down stereotypes of masculinity
This story caught my imagination from the moment I read it.
"I've never said I'm a perfect person nor pretended to be someone I'm not. I pledge to be a better man...
BCL has become a menace to society. And they must be reined in before things deteriorate further
How can we make sure the poor and marginalised get access to the justice system?
Sexual harassment on public transportation has gone out of control
Looking out for women, as always?
The Resistance Day for Repression Against Women was observed on Wednesday in commemorating the 21th death...
A rant regarding our society’s superficial need for fairness in women
The Nawab became one of the first advocates in Bengal for the emancipation of women
The literary women all little girls wanted to be
Misogyny is alive and thriving in our society
It isn’t the locals who make sexual harassment a real problem in the Thai capital
Women in Bangladesh always face scrutiny and criticism for their career choices
Labour force participation in India is far from equal
The study found that women in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia earned 80% less than men.
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