Unseen Warriors of COVID: Sanitation workers in rural Haryana unable to access ration, primary health care
Hit by lockdown the Primary Health Centres in rural areas of Haryana’s Hisar, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar and Ambala have no stock of necessary medications. Swabhiman Society, a collective of Dalit women in the state managed to help many during the lockdown.
Unseen Warriors of COVID: Give us what is ours, say Mumbai's ASHA workers struggling for job security and pay hike
Overworked and underpaid, Mumbai's ASHA workers say they face social stigma at work due to the public's fear of COVID-19 and are shunned by their families at home
Unseen warriors of COVID: Hit by second wave, Mumbai's invisible migrant workforce waits to be prioritised for vaccination
A majority of the migrant workers in Mumbai are unaware of the COVID-19 vaccination drive. They neither have access to the internet nor valid address proof to register for the vaccine
DCPCR proposal to ban 'sex-selective' surgeries on intersex children will help shed light on taboo subject, says petitioner
The recommendations of the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights came after several organisations stressed on the long-term physical and mental harm caused by uninformed and unnecessary medical interventions
‘Barred from entering’: Dharavi domestic workers recount the social impact of the COVID 19 pandemic
Domestic workers from Dharavi still face social stigma as many housing societies bar entry for them. The women blame media’s sensational reporting for the unending discrimination.
“COVID 19 lockdown increased our hardships” - Voices from the women-led households of Mumbai
Women informal workers, who are the only earning members of the family, are demanding immediate attention to their issues of unemployment and financial instability.
In debt for survival: Domestic workers in Mumbai narrate ordeal of COVID-19 lockdown
Many domestic workers in Mumbai, are now desperately waiting for a call from their employers asking them to come back to work