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Latest Articles in gender equality

If I Were A Woman!

Women are mostly sweet and sensitive, always have a little girl in them and rarely have beards or moustaches

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Celebrating Women's Day Trivialises Men's Issues

Celebrating International Women's Day is all about educated women getting one more excuse not to work, to wear fancy clothes and get pampered without reason

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#BeBoldforChange – Make The World A Better Place

Misogyny is prevalent in both Western and developing nations - it's the most universal experience that cuts across social stratas irrespective of race, creed and income

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Violence Against Women: Not Just A Family Issue

The fight against violence against women (VAW) is a long drawn one. But, if we hold a commitment towards achieving gender equality, social inclusion and human rights for all, one of the sustainable development goals (SDG) - setting up a responsive legal framework is essential

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Demonetisation Through Gender Perspective

In addition to financial fallout, there's a huge human cost to demonetisation that the government is completely overlooking

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16-day Of Activism - Are You Ready To Do Your Bit?

Given the increasing penetration of media especially social media, it is hoped that the issue is gaining greater visibility

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Case Analysis: Fixing The Logo? Think Again

A consistent brand should instill confidence rather than engender confusion. Consistency protects your investment, your winning formula, your message, your reputation, your equity

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Women's Declining Employment: What The Data Shows

Women's employment in India shows a departure from the economic development theories premised on the thesis of greater demand for women's wage labour with economic growth

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Light On Gender Inclusion

Clients that have been with us throughout this five-year journey ooze enthusiasm and it is for this reason they feel and live the business benefits of gender inclusivity

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International Child Abduction And Domestic Violence: Why Children Are Sent Back To Violent Homes

By adopting The Hague Convention as is, are we doing justice to Indian women and children trapped in violent homes in foreign countries?

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Does The World Need More Feminine Leadership?

The World Economic Forum predicted in 2015 that it would take until 2133 to achieve global gender parity

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Modi's Schemes To Encourage Entrepreneurship Among Women

One plan launched by the government focuses on improving gender ratio in the country by encouraging more girl children

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India Opens Boardrooms To Women But Few Mid-Career Dropouts Return

In India - despite the prominence of a few businesswomen such as Biocon Managing Director Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, ICICI Bank CEO Chanda Kochhar or HSBC country head Naina Lal Kidwai - the lack of women on boards is even more pronounced

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