The Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWP) in partnership with UNICEF and UN Women on 16th November, organised a panel discussion to build on the growing public consensus that violence against children and women can no longer be tolerated and that collective action of all stakeholders is required to help end it.
Nandita Das voices concern over increasing crime against women
[Date: 17 November 2013, Source: The Indian Express]
Stop denying violence against women, says actor Nandita Das
[Date: 16 November 2013, Source: DNA]
Attitude change imp to fight cases of violence against women
[Date: 16 November 2013, Source: The Indian Express]
95 percent women in Delhi do not find public places safe
[Date: 16 November 2013, Source: Business Standard]
Violence Affects Us All
Nandita Das, Actor says that violence against women affects all people and that if we stand up together, we will be a less fearful and more compassionate society.
Urbanization and Gender Violence
Kalpana Vishwanath, Jagori on the need to address violence against women in public spaces and cities within a larger discourse of urbanization in India.
Caste Hierarchies and Violence Against Women
Asha Kowtal on how caste hierarchy and patriarchy intersect to perpetuate violence against women.
Asha Kowtal, All India Dalit Mahila Adhikar Manch, on how violence experienced by Dalit women is very different from violence against other women.