Women studies programme

Caste-based violence against women

Note: This topic is important for TISSNET. The tragedy of a 19-year-old Dalit lady being gang raped in Hathras in 2020 is still clear in our thoughts. Following the Hathras incident, the Supreme Court issued a fresh ruling (Patan Jamal Vali v. State of Andhra Pradesh) that addressed the intersectionality of caste, gender, and handicap. […]

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Rights for women in India

Note: The topic is important for TISSNET. Each day, women are subjugated, teased, tortured, assaulted, and abducted in a society where goddesses are idolised. The Indian government protects Indian women’s rights by keeping a close eye on a number of women’s issues. “Once and for all, human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights.” – Hillary Clinton Here are certain rights that an Indian woman has in India, based on gender equality. Equal pay for men and women is a legal requirement. Whenever it comes to salary, pay, or earnings, one cannot be discriminated against on the basis of gender, as per the Equal Remuneration Act’s rules. Working women have the right to be paid equally

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