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We employ a feminist political economy lens to explore the impact of the current pandemic on...
In the west Himalayan mountain state of Himachal Pradesh where 90% of the population is rural, of...
This paper summarises the impact that the pandemic can have on livelihoods and the various...
Almost a decade after the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 was passed,...
The lockdown during COVID-19 resulted in the overburdening of work for Indian women. Memes were...
This visual essay is on an installation that appropriated the architectural structure of a flood-...
Mental justice of Nomadic and Denotified Tribes (NT-DNTs) should be the most important aspect of...
Effective public accountability is a prerequisite for protecting India's environment and the...
The reformative theory of justice postulates removing the dangerous degeneracy in a criminal and...
This article is based on a study conducted by YUVA on the heightened vulnerabilities of the urban...
Today, in India, “deliberative democracy” is failing to translate into social, economic and...
The role of popular media in furthering the politics of the day cannot possibly be underestimated....
Tracing the journey of Bangladesh from a secular state to an Islamic state against the backdrop of...

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Do water policies recognise the differential requirements and usages of water by women and the importance of adequate availability and accessibility?
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