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Name-and-shame strategy in sexual harassment: Why this feminist tactic is wrong

Jan 13, 2014

Name-and-shame strategy in sexual harassment: Why this feminist tactic is wrong

Are some women activists and feminists happy to settle for trail by media instead of taking the harder course of trial in courts in sexual harassment cases? #India #Sexual harassment #Tarun Tejpal #Justice AK Ganguly #Gender discrimination #trial by media #Justice Swatanter Kumar
UP to Bihar: Why a group of rural women journalists went online

Feb 14, 2013

UP to Bihar: Why a group of rural women journalists went online

How Khabar Lahariya, a rural newspaper from Bundelkhand run solely by women journalists took an ardous and enlightening journey - from publishing their newspaper from the badlands of UP and Bihar to launching their web edition. #ThingsWeLike #Bundelkhand #Caste system in India #Gender discrimination #Khabar Lahariya
Games can't fix gender inequality: Olympics chairman

Feb 17, 2012

Games can't fix gender inequality: Olympics chairman

The Olympics chairman said you can use sport in a way to encourage social change at a sensible rate. #2012 London Olympics #Saudi Arabia #Gender discrimination

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Games can't fix gender inequality: Olympics chairman

Aug 24, 2014

Archie comics hit with gender discrimination suit

Archie Comics — home of the recently dearly departed Archie Andrews — has been slapped with a sexual discrimination suit by three female former employees, the Daily News has learned...
Games can't fix gender inequality: Olympics chairman

Aug 24, 2014

Archie comics hit with gender discrimination suit

Archie Comics — home of the recently dearly departed Archie Andrews — has been slapped with a sexual discrimination suit by three female former employees, the Daily News has learned...
Games can't fix gender inequality: Olympics chairman

Aug 19, 2014

Fidel Castro's niece is 'first person to vote no in Cuban parliament'

Mariela Castro, daughter of current president Raul Castro, voted against a workers' rights bill she felt didn't adequately prevent discrimination against those with HIV or unconventional gender identities...
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