The ThoughtWorks organisation in Bangalore leads the way in building an inclusive working space for its transgender employees.
Over half of women’s labour in India remains unpaid, considered as informal and is unaccounted for in national statistics.
Women in Kashmir can make an impact on the economic order of our society if they have equal control over economic resources and participate in economic decision-making at all levels.
This video is a brief history of the activism and laws in place to combat sexual harassment at the workplace, from the Bhanwari Devi Case in 1992 to the current Sexual Harassment At The Workplace Act 2013.
The sixty-two days struggle of the Delhi Anganwadi workers and helpers was a significant and relevant movement in addressing the issue of unfair wages and the politicization of women in the workforce.
The Menstruation Benefit Bill 2017 proposes that women working in both the public and private sectors be given two days of paid menstrual leave each month.
Narrowing the difference in wages requires cooperation from men and also requires society to view women as equal breadwinners as men.
Often lost in the midst of all these back and forth debates on surrogacy and its legality are the stories of both surrogates and intending parents.
Recent trends and debates point to an overwhelming need for effective measures to increase the participation of women in the Indian economy.
On Boxing Day of 2017, Priyanka Chopra delivered the keynote address at the eleventh edition of The Penguin Annual Lecture. Why was a woman in publishing not chosen, instead?