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How the Dalit Women of Bidar Are Fighting to Bridge the Wage Gap and Assert Their Rights
When Women Garment Workers in Bengaluru Raised Their Voice against Injustice. And Were Heard.
A Simple Intervention is Making a World of Difference to Domestic Violence Victims
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From changing the way they dress to being treated with contempt by family members, especially in their marital home, there is a lot that widows in India have to bear, often without complaining. (Credit: Pushpa Achanta\WFS)
4 Inspiring Widows Who Bravely Fought ‘Tradition’ And Reformed Their Lives
Yogita, 28, and Ashalatha, 32, are aware of their basic rights and social entitlements and talk about the various welfare policies of the government with other community members. (Credit: Pushpa Achanta\WFS)
Meet 3 Women Community Workers Who Are Guiding Women In 10 Villages Around Them To Better Health
Some of Grameena Mahila Okkuta's governing board members meet at their headquarters in Yalagondanahalli village, Mulbagal taluk
TBI Specials: Kolar’s Community Heroes – Leaders From The Countryside
The Santals are among the largest and oldest adivasi (tribal) groups in the Indian subcontinent. Spread through Assam, West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Nepal and Bangladesh, they are known for their distinct language, music, art and totemistic rituals. Their belief in natural spirits and high regard for animals and birds is evident in their craft for which bamboo, wood, animal hide or metal is typically used.
TBI Photo Essay: The Varied Hues of Indigenous Art in India
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