Saturday, November 16, 2019
Where Are The Women In Finance?

Where Are The Women In Finance?

Women comprise a very small proportion of the finance workforce, and this has implications on the way female clients use and benefit from financial services.
Problems Teen Age Girls Are Facing To Access Education In India

What Barriers Do Teen Age Girls Face To Access Education In India?

Evidence from the Teen Age Girls (TAG) survey, that spoke to 74,000 girls across India, throws light on the girls that leave education early, the barriers they face, and the way forward.
Discussing Childhood Trauma With Family —Attempt To Combat Communication Gap

My Experience Of Discussing Childhood Trauma With Family

After several psychological blows and traumas, you have now developed some understanding of your unique upbringing by your family along with the positives and negatives of it.
Capitalism And Colonisation: How The Climate Change Movement Is Being Whitewashed

Capitalism And Colonisation: How The Climate Change Movement Is Being Whitewashed

Climate Change and global warming cannot be successfully combatted if the world continues to look at sustainability through the lens of western ideas and interventions.
Bihar Floods: Extreme Weather Events Are Not Gender-Neutral

Bihar Floods: Extreme Weather Events Are Not Gender-Neutral

Focusing especially on India, a report suggests that women make up over 65% of the agricultural workforce. In case of extreme weather events, like the Bihar Floods, women then are of course most vulnerable.
Educational Institutions And Their Sartorial Prohibitions On Women

Students Rise Against St Francis Degree College’s Sexist Dress Code

The sartorial prohibitions being implemented on students convey the ideology of the educational institutions.
Chinmayanand Case: The Accuser Is Now An Accused

Chinmayanand Case: The Accuser Is Now An Accused

On 23rd August, a 23 year old law student of Shahjahanpur’s Swami Shukdev Anand Post Graduate College, in a viral video posted on her Facebook profile, hinted that Chinmayanand, a former BJP Union Minster was exploiting her and pleaded the Prime Minister and the State’s Chief Minister to take action.

“How Dare You?” The Greta Thunberg Effect And The Fight Against Climate Change

Greta Thunberg's rage at the world leaders' silence on the increasing threat of climate crisis at the Climate Summit soon went viral, with people sharing clips of her speech on social media and lauding Thunberg for her powerful words.

Indian Scientist Dr. Archana Sharma And The Discovery Of “The God Particle”

In mid-2012, CERN announced the discovery of a likely contender particle which could have been a Higgs Boson. Dr. Archana Sharma, an Indian scientist was part of one of the CMS teams that made the discovery of the boson.

Kollakkayil Devaki Amma: The Woman Who Built A Forest

Long before the world had started taking to the streets and raising their voices against environmental degradation, Kollakkayil Devaki Amma was already undertaking the initiative of creating a sustainable environment in her backyard.

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Sikh names are empowering in nature, they go beyond gender, caste and patriarchy. However, their limitations and current practice restricts them.

Sikh Names: Beyond Gender, Caste And Patriarchy

Sikh names are empowering – they go beyond gender, caste and patriarchy. However, their limitations and current practice restrict them.
To Kill a Mockingbird

Gender Roles And Stereotyping In ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

To Kill a Mockingbird covers several themes that are often uncomfortable to encounter and explore, such as racism and loss of innocence.
10 Things You Shouldn't Ask A Transgender Man

10 Things You Shouldn’t Ask A Transgender Man

People, sometimes without even realising or intending to, ask a transgender man or a trans person such questions that are absolutely inappropriate and offensive.