While many dismiss instances of boys "teasing" girls as a symptom of puberty, I call them the beginning of normalized sexual harassment.
FII reviews the National Policy Women 2016, consisting of all the policies which are to be implemented for the welfare of women.
#MyBodyMyRights is a conversation about bodily integrity & Aadhaar after the Attorney General said one's right over one's body is not absolute.
SC confirms death sentence for all four accused in the Nirbhaya case. However, will death penalty solve India's problems of violence against women?
32 years after the Shah Bano judgment was delivered, the triple talaq problem remains as contentious as ever. Revisiting the landmark case.
While the HIV Bill talks at length of the rights of the People Living with HIV, does it also adequately cover the most vulnerable but yet un-infected within its purview?
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and to commemorate and raise awareness about sexual violence, FII brings you this short video on a guide to laws against rape and sexual assault. #KnowYourLaws
A step has been climbed towards gender equality in our courts as four of the major High Courts of India are now to be headed by female chief justices.
Judicial responses to Hindu Marriage Act strengthens the notion that marriage is the most socially oppressive institution for Hindu women.
The Government Rules to implement the Rights Of Persons With Disabilities Act ignored recommendations from disabled persons' organizations.