The Pinjra Tod protest stressed on autonomous and elected Internal Complaints Committees across DU colleges
Dr. Vinita Chandra is an English Professor in Ramjas College, University of Delhi. She has worked on numerous individual cases, along with working extensively on the issue of sexual harassment on campus.
When the Women’s Development Cell of Lady Shri Ram College for Women sat down for a discussion at Tarang 2018, there was a unanimous agreement on a framework that worked with humour.
Sexual harassment and molestation is so normalized in college fests that it fails to incite a deep reaction.
The Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts needs to remember the promises it made to students as a ‘liberal arts’ institute.
Hindu College has always had a dominant male atmosphere as well as gender inequality. It is a space occupied by men and their power dynamics.
Two years have passed since Rohith Vemula left us and his murderers are still unpunished. But try as they might, he will not be forgotten.
Feminism In India and Newslaundry are launching a new campaign to tackle the redressal of sexual harassment complaints in college campuses – #MakeMyCampusSafe.
In the name of culture and discipline, are we trying to create robotic individuals who should suppress responses such as hugs?
Sujatha Surepally, a professor at Satavahana University, is being attacked by right-wing trolls for "supposedly" burning a poster of 'Bharat Mata'.