Category Archives: Ideologies

Debating Right from Wrong: What are Medical Morals?

– Shreeya Mashelkar, Youth Champion, India How do we decide what’s wrong and what’s right? Every time we read a piece of news in the daily newspaper, or hear opposing views in an argument, we make up our mind as … Continue reading

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Bearing the Brunt of Crisis: Women in Conflict Areas

The last decade has seen a drastic increase in the number of people who are displaced or living in conflict zones, and in need of humanitarian assistance. As is the case when it comes to living with vulnerabilities, the lives … Continue reading

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Power to Rape

Shristi Mainali, ASAP Youth Champion, Nepal The recent “Me Too” campaign reminded me of an incident which took place a few months back in Birgunj. It was such a refreshing morning; a friend of mine and I were pretty excited … Continue reading

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Women’s Rights- A biophylogenetic perspective

–Nitish Nadkarni, Youth Champion Humans have always been called social animals. May it be a rush at a railway station or a queue at the ATM, humans tend to communicate with each other. Languages are different, nationalities are different and … Continue reading

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But what can I do about it?

We conduct workshops and meetings with young people and doctors and medical students and so many other groups and discuss issues around safe abortion, unsafe abortion, stigma, gender power and patriarchy and sexism. Sometimes the participants feel overwhelmed by these … Continue reading

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