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A Space Of My Own: Does Segregation Stop Violence?

It’s always great when a blog gets a lot of comments, and Rape after Delhi did well yesterday on Twitter! It was heartening to see the support we received for our argument that a feminist response to rape is much … Continue reading

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Being Eve

This Sunday, ASAP’s Coordinator Suchitra Dalvie and Assistant Coordinator Shilpa Shroff heard Eve Ensler talk at a local event organized to promote the One Billion Rising Campaign. Dr. Dalvie writes about the event, and the upcoming campaign.   “When you bring consciousness … Continue reading

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Intimidation, Violence and Rape – The Everyday Lives of Women

Intimidation, Violence and Rape – The Everyday Lives of Women Posted on December 31, 2012 by Shweta Krishnan Dec. 29 was a sad day for India. A 23-year old woman died two weeks after she was gang-raped and maimed in a private bus, … Continue reading

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