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Constitutional provisions and legal rights for protection and well-being of women in India

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  Adv Soniya Gajbhiye Women in any society play a very important role. In Indian society’s context her role kept changing and evolving with the enactment of the Constitution and especially since Babasaheb’s fight for women’s’ rights through introduction of the Hindu Code bill. Woman is a very strong person in this world who plays  …


सामाजिक आंदोलन व् स्त्री शिक्षा: डॉ अम्बेडकर और उनकी दृष्टि

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  रितेश सिंह तोमर (Ritesh Singh Tomer) आधुनिक भारत के संविधान की प्रारूप समिति के अध्यक्ष व् सम्पूर्ण संविधान के निर्माण का हिस्सा रहे भारत रत्न भीम राव अम्बेडकर राजनैतिक व् सामाजिक हलकों में अपने कई अविस्मरणीय योगदानों के लिए स्मरण किये जाते हैं । लोकतांत्रिक राष्ट्र की स्थापना हेतु आधुनिक व् प्रकर्ति में पंथ …


Interrogating Social Justice: Periyar, Patriarchy and Birth Control

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  Jayabrata Sarkar The ‘stirrings of protest against untouchability and social oppression’ in the late 19th century and early 20th century acquired a more distinguishable region-specific character to the crystallization of a broader socio-political struggle. Two distinct types of low caste struggle captured the ideological and political imagination of the poor during this period —The …


Flaunting noble intentions, nurturing caste privileges

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  Asha Kowtal My recent association with campaigns resisting violence against Dalit women has brought me in contact with several individuals, groups and organisations that represent diverse perspectives and histories. Broadly it includes groups which have been advocating ‘gender justice’ and others who have been battling the cruelty of the caste system in India. The …


Need to redefine Dalit Movement: Rajni Tilak

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  An Interview with Rajni Tilak Neel Kranti Media (First published in the Dalit students’ magazine ‘Insight Young Voices’ in 2005) Rajni Tilak is Executive Director of Centre for Alternative Dalit Media (CADAM) and Founder Member of NACDOR. She is one of the prominent Dalit rights activists and India’s leading voice of Dalit feminism as …


National Dalit and Adivasi Women’s Congress

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Call For Delegates National Dalit and Adivasi Women’s Congress Organized byTata Institue of Social SciencesCentre for Social Justice and Governancein Collaboration withInsight Foundation, Delhisupported byDalit & Tribal Social Work International ForumVenue: Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai CampusDate: 15 – 16 February, 2013 Concept Note What does it mean to be a Dalit woman, an …