Recently, the US Supreme Court recognised gender identity as a ground for discrimination, but in a limited sense. The Indian Supreme Court has shown a better approach.
Despite policy amendments, large number of women informal sector workers do not have access to any sort of maternity benefit. This is in serious contradiction with international labour standards.
Since forever, women have made compromises to keep relationships intact despite violence and discrimination. Its time we start teaching men to behave better.
In India, online teaching, the new normal during COVID-19, is enmeshed in a web of gender relations and class distinctions.
The long-pending draft law is an absolute necessity in a country like India where women continue to be denied equal opportunity in every sphere.
The recent honour killing of two teenage girls in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province is a jarring reminder of the plague that afflicts Pakistani society.
The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed workspaces from offices to homes. And as usual, women have fallen at the short end of this new arrangement.
Leaked screenshots from a private Instagram group of teenage Delhi boys reveals a toxic culture of slut-shaming that all of us have abetted at some point in our lives. Its time to change that.
Gender stereotypes about tough men often come in the way of effectively treating complex cases of post-war trauma amongst servicemen.